WiFi on the Go

What's 'WiFi on the Go?'

First and foremost, thank you for your interest in WiFi on the Go.  For a limited time, the Wallace State Future Foundation is proud to offer its students and alums a special option - we call it WiFi on the Go PLUS!  With Wifi on the Go PLUS, you get the same unlimited internet you get with WiFi on the Go but instead of a hotspot, you receive a 10.1 inch LG G5 Tablet with a keyboard case combo!  


The LG G5 Tablet includes unlimited nationwide wireless internet (serviced by T-Mobile's 4G LTE Network) on the tablet itself and an extra 11GB of data to connect to other wireless devices through "tethering".  The tablet has a 10.1 inch screen and loads of features.  It is completely portable and, with built in unlimited data, it is perfect for streaming, surfing and school!  It even comes with a protective case and bluetooth keyboard which makes it perfect for class - both online and on campus.  Take notes, type papers, send emails, check class schedules on the Wallace State App, keep up your calendar and a whole lot more.


Lightweight, portable and powerful - we think it is perfect for our students, employees and alums.  How do we know?  Because the Foundation office has been "kicking the tires" using the exact same tablets for several weeks and now considers the LG the "go-to" device for productivity, portability and connectivity.  We couldn't wait to share it with you.


So how much does it cost?  The WiFi on the Go PLUS plan is $50 per month – same as the WiFi on the Go program.  Due to the cost of the tablet and the keyboard, there is a one-time $50 equipment fee too.  Considering that the tablet and keyboard retails for over $400.00, this is a fantastic deal and we have T-Mobile and our partners at LeanStream to thank for that. The only catch… inventory is limited so if you want a tablet, get it while you can!


Gotta have one?  Here is how it works:

  1. Fill out the form on this page. 
  2. When it takes you to PayPal, complete the payment process.
  3. Go HERE to pay the equipment fee.
  4. Check your mailbox in a few days for your new tablet, case/keyboard and unlimited internet.


The process is really that simple.  PayPal will set up a $50 automatic monthly payment so it is truly set it and forget it.


If you already have a tablet or computer and want an option for unlimited internet that you can use on any device, we have you covered there too.  The WiFi on the Go program includes unlimited internet and a free hotspot that you can use to connect all your devices with no data limits.  You can get more information and sign up for the WiFi on the Go program here.


If there any questions, you can always email LeanStream at info@leanstreamrp.com or call at (833) 943-4463 and we will be more than glad to help! 

WiFi on the Go


  • What is the WiFi on the Go program?

    • The WiFi on the Go program is provides select stakeholders of the school/District with free unlimited nationwide wireless internet (serviced by T-Mobile's 4G LTE Network) and a wireless broadband HotSpot device.

  • Who is eligible to participate?

    • The WiFi on the Go program is available to select stakeholders of participating schools/Districts.

  • What do I do if the system doesn't recognize my ID number?

    • There may be an error with the number that we have on file. Please contact us at info@leanstreamrp.com to receive assistance from one of our support team members.

  • How do I update or cancel my WiFi on the Go Participation?

    1. Login to your PayPal account at www.paypal.com
    2. Click the gear icon next to the 'Log Out' text in the top right corner of the page
    3. Click the 'Payments' tab
    4. Click the 'Manage pre-approved payments' button
    5. Select the merchant whose agreement you want to cancel
    6. Click the 'Cancel' option next to 'Status'
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