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Old 05-26-2018, 07:07 PM   #1
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Id like to hear some opinions on who has the best internet for rv travelers.
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We use the Straight Talk hotspot that uses the Verizon network and it meets our needs while traveling and while camped. I have heard the hotspot that uses the ATT network is not as reliable.
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Old 05-26-2018, 07:52 PM   #4
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Id like to hear some opinions on who has the best internet for rv travelers.

Most smart phones can be used as a 'hot spot' or essentially a cellular WiFi right in your coach as long as you have a good cell signal. Meaning that your WiFi only table or other device can pair up with your phone and connect to the internet.

Cost depends on your plan. We travel all over the U.S. Ours is unlimited, and works great and we have great coverage. We are with ATT.
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Using a Verizon MiFi right now to be on the forums.. It has done use well all over the eastern US.
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Using a Verizon MiFi right now to be on the forums.. It has done use well all over the eastern US.

X2 on the Verizon mifi. I rarely have had an issue and have used it all over the US.
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X2 on the Verizon mifi. I rarely have had an issue and have used it all over the US.
Forgot to add into CAN as well it worked all around Ontario.
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We have both AT&T and Verizon with the former being the primary. Havent used Verizon much over the last year as we have found that they are usually either both strong or both weak or nonexistent. Will keep Verizon active for those times when they are better.
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We use a StraightTalk hot spot. Don't know if it's the best, but it works for us because the data cost is pretty low and I can connect all my devices easily.

We use the Smartphone also, but I sometimes have trouble reading that small screen.
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