Router for Motorhome’s ? (1 Viewer)

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Jun 12, 2022
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Just want to pick your brains on how we can get connection . My wife has to dial into team meetings while we are away in the MH. Tried hotspot on our phones but that doesn’t always work . Tried paying today on site to keep connection £20 for a 3 hr meeting. That method did work with no loss of signal.Is there a better guaranteed way to get our own signal so that we are not relying on others ? How would that work for Europe too ? TIA 👍
 
Jan 23, 2016
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Adria Coral 660SP
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25 years
I'm not sure of costs or details, however;

I wandered into 3 phone store and took up a deal for a 3, 4G router. It came with a SIM card, 3 naturally and a monthly contract.

I think I paid about £70 with three months free before the monthly contract activated. I think that made the router free! I don't know the data deal but I've never run out.

I've had it about a year with only one small issue when overnight they rescinded my Adult rating, which I only discovered when I went to buy a lottery ticket.

Reception has always been good for what I want, web surfing, email and YouTube.
 
Oct 18, 2021
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Adria Compact SC
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Camping since 1954, MoHo 2022
If it’s for work purposes and you need a good chance of a solid connection then a commercial grade router such as the upper end of the Teltonika range (RUT955 or X11 and higher) could fit the bill. Couple it with a Poynting MIMO Antenna with matching connections for best compatibility.

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