Purchasing your own equipment is the first thing you need to get out of the way to get started with mobile cellular internet whether you use RV-4G.com or any other provider that device is cross compatible with.
ALERT!! -- Our service is not compatible with the Netgear Nighthawk
All of the mobile/ home routers you see below are compatible with RV-4G service and are a wonderful way to get your vehicle or home up and running if you have moderate to good reception in your area. To extend the capabilities these 4G routers its simple to find and buy external antennas that fit your mission profile, to improve your signal strength and to ultimately get faster data transfer speeds. All of the routers shown below are 12 volt compatible and have SMA antenna connectors which means they will all work with the antennas listed in the sections below.
When you are on the go and don't have standard place to plug in your router/ modem, hotspots are a favorite choice for people who need their own private internet connection on demand. Hotspots have there own battery and give you several hours of wireless internet.
The ConnecT 2.0 4G2 provides consistent nationwide 4G LTE, in-motion cellular connectivity for when Wi-Fi networks aren't available.
Our directional antenna kit has been selected to use with our 4G routers above, there will be some installation required to get it right but if you already have a 4G modem and are on the fringe edges of connectivity then this kit is a good way to improve your signal.
These popular omni-directional antennas work with our recommended 4G routers above and will enable you to enhance your connectivity when you are in low to moderate signal conditions. The first one the Panorama is a good place to start if you don't want to bother with more complex mounting schemes, if has feet that pop out on the bottom so you can sit it on a desk, it also has a suction cup mount so you can place it in a window (recommended). All of the other antennas are meant to be externally mounted on the outside of your vehicle or home.
Now that you have mobile/ home wireless you can take advantage of several different video security options, here are a few we recommend.
One of our favorite rural modems to date, works where all others cannot even get a signal, and for under $200 it's a great value. The catch is you'll have to buy a couple things to get started with this setup. First you'll need a whatever length of standard Cat6 network cable to run from where you intend on mounting the dish to your home/RV router and of course a router. Below is the Micro Tik modem plus the Cat6 cable and router we recommend you get started with. Secondly you will need to figure out where to mount it, it can be mounted on a pipe or even an old satellite post, so you will have to be creative in that respect to figure out the best mounting conditions for your scenario. To get this thing going you just need to follow the simple assembly instructions, load your new RV-4G full size SIM card into the modem, plug it in and point it towards your closest tower, finished!
Cat 6 Cable
Not a 4G router!!
We do not provide technical support for hardware such as routers / hotspots, we may offer tips and tricks to help point you in the right direction but please refer to the manufacture or distributor of your hardware for more detailed support. We can only guarantee compatibility of our service with hardware listed on this page, to qualify for a refund during your trial you must be using a device listed above.