Originally Posted by moosetags
Last year we installed a new 32" Samsung QLED Smart Television in Lucy. We have used it extensively to stream Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. This streaming has nothing to do with an antenna. On our 70 day cross country excursion this summer we did all of our streaming with our own wifi hotspot that we made with our Verizon smartphones.
Yes; as did we! Signal strength the key, but using your cell as a "hotspot" and a decent data plan works better than relying on campgrounds, we have found.
We just did a cross country to JC Ohio, and stayed at 11 different campgrounds. Not a one
had "constant", "reliable" wifi signals, and primary excuse was "campers streaming" in their rigs...(now that "was" a consistent answer!) When campers have access and many are "working" from their campers using their computers, they will use the campground wifi vs using their own data with limits...that plus streaming TV causes intermittent internet, we have found. Thats why a strong signal acquisition device seems to be a good investment...that's what we are researching now...there are a couple threads on Forum on this currently...
(I must warn you however, this seems to be like selecting a trailer hitch or a tow vehicle!)
Empty Nesters; Gypsies on the road!
2017 28' Twin Flying Cloud
2017 F250 King Ranch, 4X4, 6.7L, Blue-Ox WDH
Summer-Star Valley Ranch RV Resort (Thayne, WY); Winter-Sun City (Georgetown,TX)