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4 ways to get internet in your RV: Antenna, Wi-Fi extender, booster and hotspot

Whether you’re on the road for work or just like to take nice long road trips, there are times when you’ll need a good internet connection. Unfortunately, when you’re traveling, you can’t always rely on your smartphone since there are patchy areas. And there aren’t a lot of RVs that come with built-in Wi-Fi.

But with reliable internet access, you can install smart devices to make life a little easier, work from wherever you roam and always keep in touch with friends and family. So, where do you start?

First, invest in a mobile hotspot plan. Once that’s set up with your carrier, get the right router, booster or Wi-Fi extender for your needs. Not sure which brands to go with? We’ve got four great options to choose from.

1. Boost your signal

2. Get a safe signal

3. The whole kit and caboodle

4. Enough for the whole family

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