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  1. Jim

    Jim Ringleader

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    Pitched behind the Funster Hospitality tent we found this posh new set up. Looking good guys (y)

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  2. Judge Mental

    Judge Mental Funster Deceased RIP

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    pray tell more :)
     
  3. Jim

    Jim Ringleader

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    Adam and Sophie run this company, no one knows more about internet connections on the move than these guys and they make some great products. http://www.motorhomewifi.com/
     
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  4. tonka

    tonka Funster Life Member

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    Nice.... Good luck for the 2015 season...

    ps... Any free sweeties, I always like free sweeties... :)
     
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  5. Chris

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    I was selling their product in Spain over Easter.

    The teenage kids in the van on the next pitch were chuffed when we gave them the password.

    The parents had thought that the antennae stuck to our van pointing in their direction was some sort of sophisticated spycam:LOL:
     
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  6. Sidney

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    Great set-up! Ready for the wind and rain that is part of the Peterborough show
     
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    That's got to beat fighting the wind in a tent. Nice one.
     
  8. TheCaller

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    That's handy. Got to pick up some new kit from them on Saturday - won't have to walk far between the two most important stands at the show then. (y)

    It's good to see how my contribution to the Adam & Sophie early retirement fund is being spent!! :D

    Seriously though - if you need communication while touring & it's all a bit of a black art to you, these are the guys to talk to. Yes you can buy cheaper but you are not just buying product - you are buying expertise & the overall package is value for money. Their kit just works. (y) Proper after-sales support too.
     
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  9. Addie

    Addie Trader - Motorhome Wifi

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    Thanks guys! :)

    Sophie told me she was fed up of putting up marquees while I watched ;), so we decided to try something a bit different. Hopefully it'll work out - the trailer was an empty wreck when we bought it - taken a lot of hard work and late nights to get it looking like this!

    Looking forward to seeing some funsters over the next 4 days!
     
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  10. DBK

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    I had the chance to see an iBoost in action over the weekend and I was very impressed by its ability to pick up the camp WiFi at a considerable range. Without it you had to go and stand by the camp office!
     
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    See you sometime tomorrow. (y)
     
  12. daveandsan

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    Had their kit for a year now and it is really good. Using it now at Peterborough. (y)(y)
     
  13. JJ

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    Totally, completely and fully agree with Mr Caller's post.

    JJ :cool:

    I should point out that if you let their very neat, tidy and effective mobile data antenna fall off its window suckers in such a way as to be lying in the Portuguese sun behind a curved bit of window... it partially melts and bends. Is this the supplier's fault?
     
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  14. hilldweller

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    If it does not have a warning notice warning not to leave it in the sun behind a curved window, what any normal person would do, then of course it's the supplier's fault.
     
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    Adam & Sophie, very impressive, well done, good luck.
     
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  16. GJH

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    I bought a booster aerial for my 4G MiFi this morning. Turned a 3G 5 bar signal into 4G 3 bar and much faster. Just the job (y)(y)
     
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  17. Techno

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    You could rig up a "through the roof job" in your marketing boudoir (y)
    Have you used that roof fitting yet?
     
  18. Addie

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    Are you sure you haven't been using it as a dinner mat for your Fray Bentos @JJ :p

    I've not heard of this happening before, but if you can get it back to me somehow (will you be at Malvern again?) I'll swap it for you, no problem.

    Keep an eye in your PM folder in a few weeks time Techno ;)
     
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    SUN: "Freeloader gets free aerial"

    Now that's what we call Service.
     
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  20. Wildbill

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    at the side of the canal in Goole with three wi-fi and fully connected ::bigsmile:
     
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