RV Owners, Quit Lying to Yourselves!

RV camping isn’t about “getting away from it all” any more. Yeah, I said it… and you shouldn’t be so shocked that I did.

Today’s RVers want their recreational vehicle to have all the comforts of home. Sadly, some of you believe you can’t watch your favorite shows or have quality cell phone service in your motorhomes. Does this sound familiar? If so, it’s time for you to face the truth. (Don’t worry! In this case, the truth is your friend.) Yes, you can have your favorite shows as well as calls, texts, and streaming in your recreational vehicle. It all comes down to two simple words: Signal Connect. We’ll get into that, but first…

…Let’s Start with TV Shows

You can’t drag hundreds of thousands of feet of cable with you wherever you go. Everyone knows that. But do you know that you can have DIRECTV in your RV? That’s right. You can have a satellite dish installed on top of your RV and a receiver, DVR, and TV put inside your cabin. This means taking most or all of your favorite national TV channels with you wherever you go. Now, I know what you’re thinking.

“Will I get all these shows when I’m boondocking?”

The answer is yes. Yes, there are many remote campgrounds across the country. These places are SO remote that it might seem that you couldn’t get any TV signal there. If you think like this, you’re underestimating DIRECTV’s satellites. These devices beam down signal to nearly every corner of the American countryside. As long as your dish is properly aimed, you’ll get all your favorite channels and shows.

Now Let’s Talk About Phone Calls

I’ll say it again, RV camping isn’t about “getting away from it all” any more. Not in the age of cellular phones and 24/7 connectivity. But can you really stay connected if you’re driving your RV everywhere? Yes… but only if you have a cell phone booster in your motorhome. These devices reduce or eliminate dropped calls, missed texts, and interrupted data. Wait! What’s that you said?

“You have something that gives me better connection in my camper? How come you’ve never told me before?”

Dude! Are you serious right now? We’ve been telling you – yes, you, Mr. and Ms. RV owner – about cell phone boosters for the better part of two years now. Here’s a blog post that breaks down what a cell phone booster is and what it does. We’ve even answered RV owners’ questions about cell boosters. If you’re new to this blog, I’ll cut you some slack. Heck! I’m feeling so generous that I’m willing to cut ALL RV owners some slack. Just get a cell phone booster from us so you can stay connected on the road!

Now Let’s Talk About Signal Connect

I promised that we would at the start of all this. (Second paragraph up top if you don’t remember.) Signal Connect is the division of our company that handles all things RV-related. And by all things, I’m specifically talking about DIRECTV for RVs and cell phone boosters. We know you have questions and the reps at Signal Connect have your answers. Give them a call at 888-233-7563 or fill out this form and send it. Our reps are always happy to help RVers like you stay connected to the shows and people you love!


About the Author

Jake Buckler
Jake Buckler is a cord-cutter, consumer electronics geek, and Celtic folk music fan. Those qualities, and his writing experience, helped him land a copywriting gig at Signal Group, LLC. He also contributes to The Solid Signal Blog.