What’s the best RV upgrade?

RV season is here! The sun shines a little brighter every day, and the days are getting longer and longer. It’s time to get that RV rolling and look forward to the days of barbecue and distant destinations. You may have a little more money to spend, and you might be thinking, “what’s the best way to upgrade what I’ve got”

Make it easier to take the comforts of home with you

When we were kids, “the comforts of home” meant a bed, a stove, maybe a coffee maker. RVs give you all this. They give you a way to feel like you’re at home no matter where you go. But think about life in 2022. What makes you feel relaxed? What helps you think of yourself as being connected to the world? It’s not a bed or a stove. It’s the internet. And when you travel, your internet experience boils down to your phone and the signal you get in the RV cabin. It can be a lot less homey than you might have thought.

No, you didn’t travel the country just to spend all your time looking at a screen. But let’s all be honest with each other. You’re not leaving that screen behind, either. It’s your lifeline to news, entertainment, and friends. And here in the connected ’20s, you deserve to have an internet experience that’s as good on the road as it is at home.

That’s why you need the one-two punch that only Signal Connect can provide.

Punch 1: RV cell phone signal booster

The first thing you’re going to want to do is improve cell service in the RV. All the wiring and cabinetry in that RV blocks cell signal, and that can mean a disappointing experience for your passengers. A cell phone signal booster from weBoost takes care of that. Cell phone signal boosters take weak signals from outside, amplify them and blast powerful signals inside. You’ll get between 10,000 and 10,000,000 times the signal in the RV as you used to, believe it or not. That translates out to clearer calls, faster data, and a generally better experience.

Installing a cell booster is easy. It takes very little experience and it’s something you don’t need to hire someone for. Attach an antenna to the outside of the RV, run one wire inside, and connect up the base unit and indoor antenna. Before you know it you’re on your way.

Punch 2: GOTSPOT

This is the popular GOTSPOT, available from Solid Signal. It’s more than just a hotspot. It’s a solution. It creates a Wi-Fi network that you can use for laptops, smart TVs, streaming devices, and anything else you need. A GotSpot gives you the ability to enjoy streaming entertainment and get work done anywhere you are. Yes, it will work without a cell phone signal booster, but when you pair it with the strong cell signal you’ll get with a booster, it’s the perfect solution.

GotSpot is available with generous data plans from national carriers. It sets up easily with zero configuration, and once it’s in place you never really have to worry about it. All you need to do is enjoy the Wi-Fi network that makes you feel right at home.

Here’s how to get started

Of course, if you’re a DIY type, all you need to do is shop at SolidSignal.com. We have everything you need and all you need to do is “add to cart.” If you’re the kind of person who wants a little more customer service, don’t fret! We specialize in customer service. Just call us at 888-233-7563 during East Coast business hours. We’ll walk you through the entire process. We’ll make sure that when you’re ready to get on the road, you have all the pleasures of home wherever you travel.

About the Author

Stuart Sweet
Stuart Sweet is the editor-in-chief of The Solid Signal Blog and a "master plumber" at Signal Group, LLC. He is the author of over 8,000 articles and longform tutorials including many posted here. Reach him by clicking on "Contact the Editor" at the bottom of this page.