Ever gotten to a new campsite or marina only to discover you have no cellular signal? Ever asked ‘Will I have internet signal when we get there?’
A major key to AWESOME RV or boat internet connectivity is travel planning.
This video goes over how you can better plan your travels to make sure you’ll be able to get online when you arrive to your next campground, RV park, boondocking location, marina or anchorage.
From using carrier coverage maps, crowdsourced apps and campground & marina review sites – know before you go!
Of course, redundancy helps a bunch too!
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For our full guide on this topic:
Travel Planning Around Connectivity:
Coverage? App – For comparing carrier coverage maps:
Campground Review Site mentioned:
Campendium – https://www.campendium.com
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