Afraid of Commitment? Rent Cellular Broadband Access

RovAir is an aircard rental service. Instead of signing yourself up for a two-year cellular broadband account, you can simply rent the cards from RovAir. Sounds great for RVers who need internet access while on vacation. Especially when the company’s service is as little as $6 a day.

But to get a card for $6 a day, you have to rent it for 30 days. That’s $180! Shorter terms are a pricey $15 a day.

Of course, mobile access has the benefit of working not just at your campsite or in restaurants and coffee shops that offer WiFi. And to get the same service from your cellular provider costs around $60 per month and a two-year contract. Even if you can get the AirCard for free it’s still a lot of money. If you only need the service for a few weeks then its hard to justify.

RovAir’s service may be justifiable if you absolutely have to have internet access for a few weeks while on the road.

Still, if you’ll be spending most of your time at the campsite, all of a sudden that small per-day charge for WiFi doesn’t look so bad. Abd of course many RV parks and Campground offer free Wifi.
RovAir’s website

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