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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

Walmart Onn Streaming Devices For Travel

Walmart recently launched a “house brand” streaming stick to compete with the likes of Amazon’s Fire TV and Roku devices. The relatively quiet launch spread quickly throughout the internet. The move brings a new player to the already crowded, but increasingly polarized field of streaming devices and sticks. There is a lot to like about…
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June 2, 2021 0

Public vs. Semi-Private WiFi

Hotels, restaurants, coffee shops, airports, Airbnb’s, coworking, convention centers, cellular networks, customer and vendor networks. The list goes on and on. The on-the-go WiFi we use when on the go is endless. The average user likely interacts with half a dozen different WiFi networks when traveling in a given year. And that number is growing.…
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May 17, 2021 0

Low Cost Travel Routers Found With Security Risks

At the end of 2020 Cybernews reported finding a number of inexpensive routers sold via Walmart.com and other channels had a major built in security risk. While travel routers are often promoted as being a way to better secure public WiFi when traveling, this discovery certainly brought about some red flags if you are considering…
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May 6, 2021 0

Go Connect AMA Answers

Go Connect recently hosted an “Ask Me Anything” (also known as an AMA) prior to our pre-sales. The goal was to answer any questions from those who have been following us. Our goal here at Go Connect was always to build a product that solved the travel WiFi needs of travelers. So many of the…
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May 5, 2021 0

Mini, Battery Powered Starlink Satellite Internet?

Travel WiFi enthusiasts have long wanted a small, portable Starlink Satellite device. I mean, lets be honest, who wouldn’t? Instead of worrying about cell signal or which carrier had the best service, you could have high speed internet literally anywhere. While Starlink and Elon Musk have begun moving towards making Starlink internet on the move…
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April 22, 2021 0

Taking Your Sonos On Vacation

You wouldn’t be alone if you have, or would consider, taking your Sonos with you on vacation. 75% of American’s consider internet a must have when traveling. As we’ve become attached to our streaming entertainment, smart devices and connected lives in general, it stands to reason we want to take those experiences with us when…
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April 20, 2021 0

Taking A Roku On Vacation

You wouldn’t be alone if you have, or would consider, taking your Roku with you on vacation. 75% of American’s consider internet a must have when traveling. As we’ve become attached to our streaming entertainment, smart devices and connected lives in general, it stands to reason we want to take those experiences with us when…
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April 20, 2021 0

Roku Express 4K+ As A Travel Streaming Device

Roku just announced their latest device, the Roku Express 4K+. This new device is making waves for a substantial reason. It’s relatively small, can stream in full 4K and in really inexpensive. For us here at Go Connect this criteria means it may make a great travel streaming device. In fact, it caught our eye…
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April 13, 2021 0

5 Myths About Owning A Travel WiFi Device

If you’ve researched or considered a travel WiFi device, such as a travel router or cellular hotspot, it wouldn’t be unusual for you to wonder if this is for you. So many of the articles, reviews, blog posts and internet discussions around travel WiFi probably lead with believing a this might be complicated, technical, poor…
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April 12, 2021 0