Country Nomad Blog — rural internet

Retired and Finally Hitting the Road in Your RV?


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

Congratulations! You planned a long time for this, and your dream is finally coming true. Whether you’re looking to snowbird for the winter, cruise across the country in search of new adventures, enjoy breathtaking scenery on hidden back roads, or simply explore a new region, there’s one thing to keep in mind. Internet service. What? Yep, internet service. One of the things you might not have considered is that signal strength isn’t the same in every location. In a lot of country and rural areas, you may only have a signal from one carrier. What if it’s not the carrier...

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New to the RV Lifestyle? Have you Thought About Your Internet Connection?


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

One of the biggest issues that people don’t think about until they get in a jam is their internet signal. We’re so used to it always being there when we’re at home, but what about on the road, in the middle of the country, or at campgrounds with little or no signal? As soon as you start to realize you’re either being charged for data overages or throttled for using too much according to them, that’s when you start your search for true uncapped wireless WiFi deals. That’s where we come in. We take the hassle out of all those...

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Unlimited, Unthrottled Hotspot Options for Your RV


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

Your campground internet connection isn’t cutting it. What else can you do? Is there such a thing as an unthrottled hotspot, or is it a myth like Bigfoot and unicorns? Internet access can be maddening when it’s spotty and inconsistent, but there’s no need to tangle with poor signal. When you’re traveling via RV, there are a few ways to pick up internet access. Let’s look at the three ways you might consider: Cellular WiFi hotspots Satellite Cellular signal can suck down your data quickly and end up being costly. The other problem here is that most carriers start to...

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How Can I Tell If My ISP Has Throttled My Internet Connection?


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

Sometimes you may struggle with a slow Internet connection. There are various explanations for this, including a faulty router or maxing out your bandwidth. Before you can start investing in other costly equipment, you need to rule out the possibility of your Internet Service Provider having anything to do with it. The last thing you want to do is purchase a new router or even get higher bandwidth, only to find that you are a victim of throttled Internet. Internet throttling is a frequent practice by notorious Internet Service Providers. Do the following to determine if you are being throttled....

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How to Get Free Internet for Life - Is Free Internet Worth It?


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

We all love free stuff. But not all free stuff is good. The Internet is not exempted here as well. Some people may find Internet charges to be quite overwhelming. That is particularly true when you choose an ISP that does not keep up with the reality of increasing economic hardships. A good ISP should have understood by now that a considerable number of people have been laid off or taken pay cuts. Under these circumstances, Nomad Internet considers it our moral obligation to cushion you from the burden of huge Internet charges. This guide is split into two bits:...

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