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  1. Hi all, We're presently in a small park, about 30 residents, and it has that rare thing - wifi of adequate range to reach our unit and kinda adequate capacity to stream Netflix. We generally get pretty good netflix streaming during the day (a bit watery on the colors), but that is when we're doing work and errands. In the evening, the reception is pretty on and off and frustrating - frequent stops for buffering, etc. Is there anything we can do on our end to help this - a signal booster, or whatever? Oddly, I have also noticed that the park network can be quite slow on surfing the
  2. Hi all, We're presently in a small park, about 30 residents, and it has that rare thing - wifi of adequate range to reach our unit and kinda adequate capacity to stream Netflix. We generally get pretty good netflix streaming during the day (a bit watery on the colors), but that is when we're doing work and errands. In the evening, the reception is pretty on and off and frustrating - frequent stops for buffering, etc. Is there anything we can do on our end to help this - a signal booster, or whatever? Oddly, I have also noticed that the park network can be quite slow on surfing the
  3. Anyone else using Verizon Unlimited and liking it? Yeah it's not truly unlimited in every way, but it still is a home internet replacement for me without issue. I made this video in my apartment, but I am weekender currently when it comes to RVing, and am out every weekend primarily at the same campground, but out to different parts of the country around me regularly.
  4. Getting ready to go full time. I have an online business so I need dependable internet connection. I was looking at the Verizon Jet, but just heard about the WINEGARDConnecT 4G1. Has anyone used this unit? Or do you have a recommendation for strong dependable internet connection??
  5. SOLD Due to unanticipated changes in our travel plans, we’ll be returning to our home base in September. Therefore, I have an excellent mobile internet setup for sale. – A Verizon 4G LTE Unlimited Data Line for $59.99/mo with 16 months remaining on contract (this is not a lease, you will own the line). This is business grade unlimited data, no throttling or data restrictions – Verizon MiFi 6620L Jetpack – Pepwave Surf On The Go router (broadcasts the Verizon internet or can relay Wifi) + 110V Power and 12V hardwire power for the router * All for $750! *
  6. Hello all, so happy to find this forum. I am in need of honest answers on whether to start full-timing considering my situation. This is a long post and I'm grateful to anyone that can help. I work in IT and am able to work from anywhere, as long as I can connect through a VPN to my company, and then I use RDP to connect to my work computer. I'm unsure at the moment how much data that takes up, I am measuring it over the next few days. As far as bandwidth needed, I'm guessing that I would need the equivalent of consistent 500k to 1Mb/sec connection from 9-5 Monday through Friday. I hav
  7. For better or worse, and for whatever reason I am now the proud owner of an Almond brand extender / repeater etc. The only info I've seen in the archives here is from 2013 and it didn't look like anyone was using one at that time. Since I am limited to the use of this device and would rather not spend money on a different device that might be better, the question is: Has anyone used one? Are there any tricks or suggestions for use? Anything is much appreciated. The intent is to just get a wifi signal from a reasonable distance from the trailer in a state/fed park, resort, or wh
  8. Need a little input. I've been living full time in a 20 ft toy hauler (no toys, like the space) for almost 5 years now. I'm starting to trade my 2 weeks here 2 weeks there, month here, three there lifestyle for some real time. So I return to my home town, Charleston, SC, and camp in an ok campground, pay for a month ($700) at a place that advertises "free wi fi." It's my second day, and I've discovered that "free wi-fi" is only good for email and facebook, google searches and so forth, things I can do on my personal Verizon wi-fi without over burdening my monthly plan. But I love old m
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