Getting internet for your RV might not be the easiest thing to accomplish because not every provider offers the internet that is capable of working in a moving RV. Don’t get me wrong, if you do some research then you can find the right provider but let us do all the research for you and tell you who is the right provider in this post.
Which Providers Provide Service for RVs?
The first provider on our list is going to be Comlink. Comlink has 3 plans available to its customers. Comlinks is a great first pick because of the speeds they get with their service, up to 90 Mbps! That’s more than almost every other 5G service provider. Another great thing about Comlink is that there’s no credit check required, no install fees, no satellites, and it’s all month-to-month billing. With great packages all in the lower $100 a month, this is a great option to go with. When traveling the last thing you want to worry about is an unstable internet connection, Comlink has its customers covered with fast, reliable internet you don’t have to worry about.
If you are interested in learning more about Comlink and its packages, the best number to get a hold of them is (855) 925-4573.
T-Mobile’s 5G internet
Another great runner-up is T-Mobile’s 5G internet. Unfortunately, they don’t have coverage all over the country but in the places, they do have a good connection. It’s a great provider to consider. With speeds a little bit slower than Comlinks, their prices are just about the same as, in that low $100 range. With fast and reliable internet with pretty decent coverage, T-Mobile deserves the #2 spot above the rest of the providers on this list. T-Mobile has done a good job making a name for itself and it’s only going up from here.
Next, not the best but they get the job done is Verizon. From personal experience with friends and family of mine, I can tell you Verizon doesn’t have the best coverage. We’ve noticed that sometimes Verizon can be fairly slow but their prices are cheaper than T-Mobile and Comlink Internet. But remember cheap service isn’t good and good service isn’t cheap in most scenarios.
Finally, AT&T’s 5G internet. Not as bad as Verizon, not as good as T-Mobile. It’s somewhere in between the both of them. Personally, I prefer AT&T over T-Mobile but on paper, T-Mobile has better coverage, speeds, and prices. AT&T’s prices are cheaper than T-Mobiles and AT&T does have better 4G coverage. Better than any other provider on this list but with 5G becoming more advanced it’s the better option to go with and unfortunately, AT&T is lacking in the 5G world.
Why Should I Get Internet For My RV
Unless you have an unlimited data plan with your phone service provider. The internet really can speed up the online necessities you have while living or even vacationing in your RV. Paying bills, catching up on social media with family, or saying there’s a rainy day and you’re stuck inside all day. You can use the internet to stream all your favorite shows, YouTube, etc. It also helps if you like to video/vlog your time living in your RV and like to make your own YouTube videos. It’s faster to upload videos with a stable internet connection.
Long story short, your best option to go with would be Comlink. No credit checks, month-to-month billing, no installation fees, fast, reliable, good connection, and good prices to go along with it. If Comlink doesn’t seem like something you would be interested in then just go down the list. T-Mobile is a strong second-place option for getting good reliable internet for your RV. I wouldn’t know but I would assume that the internet is the least of RV lifestyles worries. So make it simple and don’t overcomplicate getting on the internet.