Selecting your ideal cellular carrier and plan can be an overwhelming adventure, especially for RVers who need to replace a home internet connection while being mobile.
This guide is here to help you do that, and is a living document that we'll keep updated as each of the four major carriers change around their plans and offerings.
Included in this guide are these topics:
- Video: Selecting Cellular Data Plans
- Comparison Chart
- Understanding Verizon, AT&T, Sprint & T-Mobile based Plans
- Plan Guides
- Recommended ‘Smart’ Combinations of Plans for RVers
- Other Bandwidth Tips
This guide is focused on finding the best options for keeping a nomadic household online. We are only interested in data that can be shared with your laptops and other gadgets, not just consumed on a single phone or tablet. Data that is “unlimited” but throttled to super slow speeds isn’t particularly interesting for this comparison either.
Most nomadic households also need a voice line or two as well, so we do factor in voice somewhat into our analysis. But the focus here is on data. Lots and lots of glorious data!
This Guide is written to be a 'living supplement' to The Mobile Internet Handbook.
For more information on mobile internet, consider purchasing your copy
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The Rest of this Guide is:
Member Only Content
We are honored that we are member & reader funded. It enables us to create lots of free public content here on the resource center.
Due to the depth & time involved with creating the below comprehensive guide, it is offered exclusively to our premium members. It may be released to the public at a later date.
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Benefits of a premium membership include:
- Product overviews & reviews
- Subscription to The Mobile Internet Handbook
- Special MIA newsletters
- Private Q&A forums
- Interactive member only video sessions
- A community of fellow RVers relying on mobile internet
We do offer a free public summary of each of the major carriers and how they compare for RVers that we welcome you to view: