With remote work becoming the norm and more families hitting the road, travelers need to stay connected on the go now more than ever.
When beginning your research on mobile internet, you may find yourself with information overload. Whether you’re a self-proclaimed tech nerd, or a total newbie, creating the perfect mobile internet plan can be tricky.
Do you find yourself overwhelmed with cell plans and gear options? Having a hard time determining how exactly you will get connected and stay connected on the road?
RV Masterclass has you covered!
This comprehensive online video course will explain everything you need to know about mobile internet and which plans and devices are right for you.
So Which Mobile Internet Set Up Is Best?
Whether you’re traveling for work, working full-time from the road, or simply needing to stay connected with family while on your road trip, getting and staying connected to the internet is an important part of everyday life.
Unfortunately, there is no one “best” mobile internet set up. Your best setup will depend on where you’re traveling to and what your internet needs are.
So if you’re sick of searching website after website, or forum after forum, let us introduce you to your mobile internet solution, the Mobile Internet Course.
Our Mobile Internet Course was created to walk you through everything you need to know to:
- 📶 Get the Right Plan
- 📡 Get the Right Gear
- 📱 Get Connected Almost Anywhere!
What You Will Get With the RV Mobile Internet Course
Lifetime access to our in-depth mobile internet course. Revisit these lessons anytime to brush up on your mobile internet knowledge!
This course has 25 different lectures to help guide you to making the best mobile internet decision for your lifestyle and needs. Below are just a few of the course topics that will be covered:
- LTE – Overview and How It Works
- Carriers and Data Plans
- 5G – What Is It And Is It Needed?
- Hardware Options and Why They Matter
- Boosters – What Are They and Do You Need One?
- WiFi – Tech Overview
- Satellite – How It Works and Why It Doesn’t Work (Yet)
- Planning Trips Around Connectivity
- Creating a Solution That Works For You