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Old 06-11-2020, 06:55 PM   #1
Koz
 
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Wi fi booster or wifi extender?

I know campgrounds have bad wi fi. What can be done to improve the reception when you are at a campground? I have been researching this and the more I research the more confused I get. A simple concise answer would be greatly appreciated!
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Old 06-11-2020, 07:15 PM   #2
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Move!

We made the mistake of a WiFi extender three years ago.

Data was expensive. Service fair.

Discovered most rv places with WiFi throttle you. Some will not support Pandora or Spotify. No u tube. Some are better.

Often you need an extender as well.

National places, state parks, wildlife areas have no WiFi. Our preferred destinations. We like nice big sites with trees. No neighbors 8 away.

So I am shopping for a cell phone improvement device to go with our unlimited. phone for $45 a month. Weeboost likely.

Our WiFi extender has been in the cabinet for two years.
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