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This is the review for the new Bushnell cellular game camera, this model is called the Bushnell HD Wireless.
Bushnell HD Wireless
Price: $599.95
Bushnell  HD Wireless
bushnell hd wireless game camera rating
3.5 Stars

Check out the latest no glow cellular trail camera from HCO, this is the Spartan Gocam.
HCO Spartan GoCam No Glow Verizon
Price: $469.95
HCO Spartan GoCam No Glow Verizon
hco spartan verizon no glow rating
3.5 Stars

This is the 2015 review for the HCO Spartan GoCam
HCO Spartan GoCam Verizon
Price: $449.95
HCO Spartan GoCam Verizon
hco verizon review
3.7 Stars

HCO Spartan GoCam no glow cellular trail camera
HCO Spartan GoCam NoGlow AT&T
Price: $399.95
HCO Spartan GoCam NoGlow AT&T
hco gocam att game camera
3.5 Stars

Covert Code Black 3G AT&T
Price: $399.95
Covert Code Black 3G AT&T
covert code black 3g game camera
3.5 Stars

This is an AT&T Cellular Trail Camera from HCO.
HCO Spartan GoCam AT&T
Price: $379.95
HCO Spartan GoCam AT&T
hco spartan att review
3.6 Stars

reconyx sc950c at&t no glow security cellular camera
Reconyx SC950C - AT&T Cellular
Price: $1,199.95
Reconyx SC950C - AT&T Cellular
reconyx ATT cellular camera
4.4 Stars

no glow motion activated cellualr game camera used for security reconyx sc950c verizon
Reconyx SC950C - Verizon Cellular
Price: $1,199.95
Reconyx SC950C - Verizon Cellular
reconyx verizon cell camera
4.3 Stars

Cellular Security Cameras | Cellular Wildlife Cameras

     Looking for a cellular trail camera but aren't sure what to look for?  Here is some useful information that should help.

Which Cellular Networks Support Trail Cameras?
     AT&T and Verizon are the two networks that currently support cellular trail cameras.

2G vs. 3G Cellular Cameras
     AT&T is shutting down all their 2G towers with the goal of no longer operating on 2G by December of 2016.  When that happens, the 2G cell cameras will no longer transmit photos.  They will still work as a traditional trail camera.

     All of our current cellular cameras, and any that we get in the future, will be 3G.  We no longer carry 2G for the above reasons.  If you are looking at purchasing a 2G camera from another retailer, we would strongly advise against that.

cellular sim card for trail cameraHow Does a Cellular Game Camera Work?
     Each camera is different, however, once the camera is programmed and the correct sim card is activated, the camera will text or email you the picture it has taken.

     Most cameras send the photo roughly 60 seconds after a picture is taken.  It can be sent to email address' or your cell phone. 

     One of the most common questions we answer is will a trail camera that is on an AT&T sim card send a picture to a Verizon cell phone?  Absolutely.  It will send the picture to any phone, regardless of the carrier.

     The camera will also need the correct programming to know where to send the images.  In order for the camera to work, you will need a minimum of 3 bars of service from the desired carrier (AT&T or Verizon).

What is the process for getting the correct sim card?
     This depends on the camera.  On each product page/review we will discuss this in great depth.