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Common Misconceptions About Unlimited Internet


Posted by David Garza on

Unlimited Internet refers to the Internet where you do not face downloading or usage caps. In an ideal environment, the expectation is that you can get as much data as you want. However, as most consumers quickly learn, that is otherwise. There are many misconceptions about unlimited Internet that must be broken down for consumers to know what they are paying for. Let us have a look at some of the top misconception about unlimited Internet: 1. Unlimited Internet suits only corporations Most discussions about unlimited Internet tend to focus on the corporate sector, making most people think it is...

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7 Little Changes That'll Make a Big Difference with Your RVer Lifestyle


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

Your Rver lifestyle is fun. That is why you have been doing it all these years. But there are some changes that you need to consider to make the most out of it. Tip 1: Communicate Going out on a camping adventure does not mean that you need to shut out the rest of the world. In contrast, incorporating communication in your RVer lifestyle has proven to be more fruitful. Make a point of calling your friends and family even as you hang out in the woods. More importantly, make sure that your internal communication in the RV is not...

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5 Savvy Ways to Spend Leftover Unthrottled Internet Data


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

As the clock ticks and you approach the end of the billing cycle, so do your leftover unthrottled Internet data. The few lucky ones may find an ISP with a rollover policy that lets you carry forward the unused data to the next month. However, in most cases, you are required to exhaust your allocation within the billing cycle or else to expires. What can you do when you have a few days to the expiry date with many unthrottled Internet bundles to use? Please keep reading to learn various savvy ways to make the most out of it. #1:...

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What NOT to Do in the Rural Areas


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

Planning a visit to rural areas is exciting and stressful in equal measure. The prospect of meeting a new culture and staying away from the busy and loud urban life is thrilling. However, you are equally laid back by the kind of things you can do and cannot do. The possibility of having a poor Internet connection can also frighten you. Here is a look at the don'ts of those moving to rural places. #1: Go slow on revealing clothes Clothing in rural areas is one of the most challenging things to figure out. Whereas you might have been used...

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The Biggest Problem with Internet for RVers, And How You Can Fix It


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

As you plan on hitting the road, the biggest challenge you are likely to face involves staying connected to the Internet. RV Internet is an essential requirement for RVers, more so when you have to work online. Your ability to connect to the Internet is a crucial determining factor in becoming a full-time RVer. Luckily, Nomad Internet provides different Internet access options for RVers. Our solutions are customized specifically to meet your needs to hit the road. We empower you to roam around while not giving up on your Internet connection. But there are times when the RV Internet does...

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