Satellite Internet - Automatic & Manual Systems Compared

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zulu

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This will probably only be of interest to boondockers or full-time RVers as satellite Internet system (both automatic rooftop and manual tripod types) are expensive and bulky . . .

https://rvseniormoments.com/tech-docs/satellite-internet-for-rvers/
 

zulu

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I needed to use my HughesNet Gen 5 satellite Internet dish in 3 of the last 24 campgrounds -- 2 in AZ and 1 in CA -- because Verizon and AT&T cell service wasn't available. One of those places was for 2 weeks, so I would have really been SOL w/o my HughesNet as I need Internet access.

When you get out more, you may find that you won't always receive cell service, dude.
 

John Stephens

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Very true, but if I was going to spend that kind of money on my coach, it would be to repaint it. I am on a long trip right now that has found me without cell service or wi-fi in a couple of spots. But I can do without it for a day or two.
 
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