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Last year we demonstrated how we installed a WiFi Ranger system on our RV to improve internet connectivity. We mentioned that we’d report back on it, so here’s a very brief example of a situation where we’re picking up free WiFi signal, where we’d otherwise be off-line.
Like many RVers (especially full-timers), we have more than one way to get online on the road, but we save on data costs by taking of advantage of free WiFi whenever it’s available. The WiFi Ranger allows us to do that much more often.
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