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The Mobile Internet

A guide to staying connected while traveling.

by Kimberly Shellborn
The cover of the Mobile Internet Handbook.
Everything you need to know about staying connected while traveling full time. — Photo courtesy of Technomadia

When you have started out on a trip, have you ever wondered how you could stay connected or what cellular carriers are best on the road? Or did you ask questions such as: Can I rely on free WiFi? Do I need boosting gear? Is satellite Internet worth it? What's right for me?

The authors of the book the Mobile Internet, Chris Dunphy and Cherie Ve Ard, went on the road in 2006 and have managed to continue with the lifestyle they love. They have written this book from their own experiences of full-timing while still working.

They answer many questions that RVers & full-timers want to know, such as:

What is the best setup for my travel style, needs and budget?
Can I realistically work remotely from the road?
Can I stream movies and play online games over mobile Internet?
What are the advantages and trade-offs of cellular data, satellite and public WiFi?
Do I really need all these boosters, antennas, gadgets and monthly plans?
What are the best deals out there for mobile internet? Are unlimited plans worth it?

Chris and Cherie say this book is “Everything we’ve learned about staying connected while traveling full time in a RV since 2006.”
You can tap into their experience in the book The Mobile Internet, downloading it, or getting copy of the book in print.

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