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National Parks With WiFi

A common need for RVers and adventure travelers is internet connectivity when visiting National Parks. One of the biggest challenge facing travelers is that some national parks are covered by cell signal, but not WiFi. Others are covered by WiFi, but not cell signal. We are building a running list of WiFi coverage at US…
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November 28, 2021 0

Streaming Overtakes Broadcast TV

As reported in the Hollywood Reporter, Nielsen this summer released updated streaming metrics. Unsurprisingly the pandemic fueled growth in streaming is taking it to new heights. Streaming usage nearly doubled from April 2020 to April 2021. In the last year streaming has overtaken broadcast networks in terms of TV time usage. These numbers are not…
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September 30, 2021 0

Level Up Fall

Level up your fall travel no matter where or how you go.  Go Connect has tips, guides and blog posts to help you watch, listen, play or work from anywhere. Enjoy the smart comforts of home on the road with 15 smart devices you can take when you travel Level Up Camping to connected camping with…
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September 28, 2021 0

Watching Football In Your Hotel Or Airbnb

Traveling for work or vacation but want to keep up with your favorite football team? In years past the same games you could see at home would be available with cable TV in your hotel room or whatever basic cable was available at your Airbnb. However, that paradigm has changed dramatically in the last few…
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September 14, 2021 0

Watching Motorsports When Traveling – 2021 Edition

Catching your favorite car race and motorsports events when traveling can be difficult. Most hotel and Airbnb TVs only include basic cable. And if you get your motorsports via streaming it can be even harder. On top of that, most hotel internet TVs or Airbnbs don’t have the services needed to watch. Travel Streaming Setup…
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August 19, 2021 0

Travel WiFi Terms Explained

If you are like most American’s your life resolves around WIFi and the internet. You’ve likely heard terms from your internet provider like bandwidth, gigabytes/gigabits (GBs) and many others. However, the world of internet on the go, often referred to as travel WiFi can be completely different. The same terms may even have a slightly…
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June 24, 2021 0

15 Smart Devices You Can Take Using A Travel Router

If you are like most American’s you life at home now includes streaming TV channels, smart speakers, smart assistants and many other WiFi and internet connected devices. Even when you may not consider yourself a “techie” your life has likely changed in the last few years thanks to these devices. While attempts to bring internet…
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June 22, 2021 0

Streaming RSNs: Traveling Sports Fans Dreams Coming True?

For fans of baseball, some basketball teams and many other localized sports – the complexities of streaming Regional Sports Networks (RSNs) have made cordcutting difficult. In addition, sports fans who travel regularly have had little or no way to catch their favorite teams games when on the road, even if they had cable TV at…
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June 21, 2021 0

Tailgaters Guide To Cordcutting

If you joined the millions of America’s who have cut the cord, but also are an avid tailgater, fear not. It’s easier than ever to tailgate as a cordcutter. In our guide we’ll talk about what you need, where to get the channels you need for your favorite sports and a few tricks on how…
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June 7, 2021 0

Taking Your Favorite WiFi Devices On Vacation

Ever wanted to take your favorite smart or WiFi enable device with you on vacation, business trip or in your RV? As WiFi enabled devices become engrained in our lives, it’s not surprising we want to take our favorite devices with us when we go on vacation. The challenge you may experience is that may…
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May 26, 2021 0