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Caravan Wifi.

dennisb66
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Registered: ‎01-08-2007

Caravan Wifi.

I have just purchased a holiday caravan in chapel St. Leonards so will be spending the summer there.The site charges £5 per day,  Cry  Can anyone advise this old geriatric the cheapest way to get on line.
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Re: Caravan Wifi.

A 3G dongle & payg. (About £10/month for 1Gb, less if you buy on ebay) That's what I use(d). An alternative is the MiFi devices which share a wifi from a 3g sim. (more expensive to start but more compatible as you can connect upto 5 devices to it)
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Re: Caravan Wifi.

Quote from: dennisb66
I have just purchased a holiday caravan in chapel St. Leonards so will be spending the summer there.The site charges £5 per day,  Cry   Can anyone advise this old geriatric the cheapest way to get on line.


Do a search for nearby free wi-fi access.
(Probably off site)
Also, have a look at O2
https://www.o2wifi.co.uk/my
And
http://www.myhotspots.co.uk/
And
http://www.openwifispots.com/
(US Based, but gives UK locations too)

As a new owner, and long term visitor, could you negotiate a lower fee ?
The £5 a day fee may be for short term visitors.

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Re: Caravan Wifi.

The £5/day IS for wifi access. Pretty standard across main 'van sites now. I tend to use CL's which don't usually offer it.