Not questioning the system at all; I'm researching it as we speak, in fact. All I was saying was the pipe, per se, coming into the campground is only so big and regardless of what the surveys tell them, I have yet to see any campground that has made WiFi a top concern. In fact, almost all the campgrounds we've stayed in had such bad WiFi service that we wound up just using our iPad hotspot so we could get on the internet - forget any streaming services. Besides, even if they did take the time to size the service based on the campground occupancy, they would base it on most likely something like 40% occupancy. The other thing that has happened is campgrounds had their systems installed a few years ago when you could anticipate that probably 1 in 4 sites would actually use WiFi and those would only use it for a single device. Now, you probably have 90% of the sites using WiFi and they're each one connecting 3-5 devices. The campgrounds' technology is just lagging sorely behind the world and probably always will.
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