WiFi in MAESTRO is fabulous, albeit the world may stop revolving around its axis, once WAN capability kicks in. However, in many instances, there is no available public WiFi available, yet we must mandatorily check into "The Noontime Net" (7268.5kHz) on a daily, 365x24x7 basis, whilst we are in our diverticulitis causing, gut wrenching local greezie diner, with no WiFi, as the typical owner is a EE flunkout from the 1960's, still using his ancient slide rule to calculate his young girlfriend's cycle, as she is "with him" for his huge savings account, hoping he soon croaks of a massive MI, having never spent a dime on himself, saving every nickel and dime since he was 9 years old. In these, and many other circumstances, we will be left holding the bag, as our WAN access (not possible without WiFi when one is on-the-move) will obviously not do the job.
So, my question is:
Is there anything in the MAESTRO Product Road map to add/integrate a cellular data transceiver module, so we can transparently hop onto Verizon's awesome 4G LTE network, and talk away? I will gladly pay for the extra data device on my Verizon data plan. BTW, I realize one could use their cellular phone in a tethered arrangement, as a sort of Rube Goldberg work around, but that is soooooo yesterday's clumsy and inconvenient old technology. I'm more than willing to pay for it (hey, Verizon and Flex got to eat at the diner, too!), so I really want my cellular built-in, and fully integrated into MAESTRO. Not unlike the built-in WiFi in my modern car. Puhleeze, no more of this old fashioned idea of tethering a cell phone. How early 2000'ish is that old, outmoded approach?!