Internet connections while RVing

The best choice, IMHO- Full timers or “most-timers” are seeking a 24/7 Internet access connection (or as close to 24/7 as they can get). They want RV connectivity at any park. They want access when they are boondocking or in remote locations. They need to send email, do their online banking, look up directions and do the usual web browsing. Ideally, they would like to be online while going down the road. One way to go is to use a cell phone and/or wireless provider for Internet access. Wireless providers include companies like Verizon Wireless, Sprint, AT&T, T-Mobile, etc.

In its simplest form, you use the cell phone, PDA (Personal Digital Assistants) or integrated PDA/cell phone display screen to retrieve email and web browsing. Internet access is through the wireless provider, using one of their various monthly plans. The array of features for smart phones and other portable devices grows daily. There are different sizes and designs for displays, and different types of graphic or text-based browser options. Auxiliary keyboards and other accessories make these devices easier to use on their own or as an adjunct to a more permanent PC.
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