Cell signal at remote boondocking campsites is imperative so we can work from our RV. See how we stay connected to internet on the road as full time RVers.
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When we first hit the road we found it difficult to stay connected to internet while boondocking in the national forests or on BLM lands. But as full time RVers whose livelihood requires cell signal for internet access, necessity forced us to learn how to stay connected.
In this video we explain what devices we use to stay connected to the internet on the road, how we determine if a campsite has cell signal before even arriving at it, and we explain what a weboost signal booster is and how it can help you maintain a fast cellular connection even in remote areas where signal is weak.
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