Togo has partnered with Winegard to manufacture the Roadlink C2, basing it on a slightly modified version of the Winegard ConnecT 2.0 that adds a GPS receiver to allow remote tracking functions through an app.
Togo also promises future GPS location-based services and features that will be rolled out to tap into this capability.
The Roadlink C2 is a completely outdoor roof-mounted unit, with no indoor component. Inside the 16" diameter and 8" height dome there are 3 Wi-Fi antennas for reaching remote Wi-Fi access points, and a cellular modem with dual antennas.
It's a clean and simple all-in-one unit that only requires running a single 12v power cord from the roof to your RV's interior. Your indoor Wi-Fi network is broadcast wirelessly from your roof.
Who is Togo?
Togo is the technology division of a new company in the RVing market called TH2, which started up in late 2018 as a partnership between RV industry giant Thor Industries and Tourism Holdings, Ltd.
Thor Industries also owns Airstream, which is how they were able to tap into the same Unlimited Adventure data plan negotiated with AT&T.
- Model Name: Togo Roadlink C2
- Router Specs:
- Cellular Tethering via USB: No USB Port
- Integrated Cellular Modem & Antennas:
- Roof-mounted LTE modem w/ 2x MIMO antennas (this is not a 'cellular booster')
- Locked to AT&T - only compatible with a Roadlink plan (but can be unlocked).
- LTE bands B2, B4, B5, B13, B17.
- UMTS B2 / B5.
- Mini-SIM Slot - must access the roof to swap SIM cards.
- LTE Cat 4 - Peak Theoretical 150Mbps Down, 50 Mbps Up
- No LTE-A Carrier Aggregation
- Dimensions: 16" diameter, 8" tall
- Ethernet Ports: No easily accessible port
- Power Source: Direct 12V power supply
- Outdoor Rated: Yes
- Special Features: GPS Tracking Features
- Retail Price: $399
Cellular Plan Options
The Winegard ConnecT 2.0 hardware is compatible with Verizon and T-Mobile, but Togo tells us that the Roadlink C2 is locked so that it will only work with the official companion Roadlink data plans. But Winegard can unlock the device so you can use it with other plans. You can get more information about unlocking your device here.
Unlimited Adventurer Retired on 1/15/2020
AT&T retired the $360/year unlimited data plan effective 1/15/2020, and existing customers were not grandfathered in for renewals.
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News, Video & Status
Our in-depth review of the ConnecT 2.0 is available to our members. We have not noted anything significantly different about the Togo offering, and thus have not sought out an evaluation unit.
Related News Stories:
- Where To Go when Togo Plans Go - “AT&T Unlimited Adventure Plan” Replacement Ideas Posted on: September 1, 2020
- AT&T Officially Pulls "Unlimited Adventure Plan" - AT&T RV Based Plans Now Available to WiFiRanger Posted on: January 21, 2020
- ALERT: AT&T Pulling Togo & Airstream $360/year Unlimited Data Plans - Effective January 16th, 2020 Posted on: December 18, 2019
- AT&T $360/yr RV Unlimited Data Plan Now Available with Togo Roadlink C2 Posted on: April 5, 2019
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