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One of the biggest challenges RVers face is finding a reliable internet connection wherever they travel. Even though most RV parks have WiFi available, it’s not always free nor is the signal always strong enough to work or watch Netflix.
If you need consistently fast internet in your RV, I strongly suggest you invest in a WiFi extender like the SkyPro LTE from WiFiRanger. With the SkyPro, you can easily connect to WiFi hotspots that would normally have a weak signal.
How does the SkyPro work?
No need to drill a hole, you can run the cord inside through a refrigerator vent, slide, or engine compartment. Then simply plug the cable into Port 5 of the router to power up.
Once powered on, you can set up a private network on the router for all of your wireless devices. It has several LAN ports and allows USB tethering a 3G/4G Aircard or MiFi device.
The SkyPro can then help you get (and stay) online by searching for WiFi signals, the nearest cell phone tower, or both. The flexible antennas can bend down to 5″ clearance to help protect against trees.
“I’ve had the SkyPro now for 8 months and the difference it makes is incredible.” A reviewer shared on their website. “1. It reaches out and is able to grab RV park signals that normally would be weak. 2. The ability to connect all your devices and appear as one to the RV parks access point is fantastic (some parks have a limit of the number of devices that you can connect. 3. The control panel allows you to monitor your usage if you would like to better control your weekly or monthly usage.”
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