RV Hotspot Data Plans
Cellular RV hotspot plans for travelers. Starting at just $79 per month.
High Gigabyte RV Hotspots
Finding a reliable RV hotspot just got easier. Our plans range from 20 to 500 gigabytes per month, an almost unlimited hotspot for whatever you need! With 500 gigabytes you can stream 4 movies in HD every single day and still have data left over at the end of the month! We provide your SIM card and an enterprise-grade router, giving you access to the best possible speeds wherever you travel to. We also provide 7 day a week technical support from our Chesapeake, Virginia office. Finally, we provide peace of mind. Our company has been around since 1996, and is an established leader in RV internet solutions.
A Better RV Hotspot in 3 Simple Steps
Pick Your Data Plan
RVDataSat offers many different plans. From 20 gigabytes to 500 gigabytes, we have cellular data plans for every traveler and every budget.
Included with every data plan is our USA-based customer service line and our network management tools. We strive to help you make the most of your internet while you travel.
Choose Your Equipment
Purchase the equipment you’ll need and provide a username and password for your new network. We’ve tested many different routers and signal boosters, and only sell the products that work the absolute best for RV internet.
Peplink Enterprise Router – $419.00
With dual SIM slots and the ability to access Band 71, our router is ready for wherever the road takes you- it even works with international SIM cards.
Add a powerful 5G-ready external antenna for $315.00 to create the ultimate mobile internet package!
Get Surfing and Streaming
We send you all the equipment pre-configured, so just plug it in and enter your password. And… That’s it! Get online and surf, stream, and browse to your heart’s content. If you run into any issues along the way, our dedicated in-office technical support team is here to help. Just give us a phone call, email, or tweet our support account.
Cancel anytime after the first two months with 30 days notice. Otherwise, enjoy the best of a life on the road while maintaining some of the comfort and conveniences of home.
RV Hotspot Plans From 20 to 500 Gigabytes
Our plans are simple. Month to month, high gigabyte usage, on one of the nation’s largest networks. For a full list of all of the plans we offer, give us a call.
- 20GB of unmanaged data
- 2nd largest network in the USA
- 6 month contract term
- $99/month to go month-to-month
- 100GB of unmanaged data
- Choose between 2 networks
- 6 month contract term
- $189/month to go month-to-month
- 75GB of unmanaged data
- Largest network in the USA
- Top speed of 15Mbps
- 500GB of unmanaged data
- Access to Band 71 for remote travel
- 4G LTE speeds
The RVDataSat Difference
Over 20 Years of Experience
RVDataSat has been connecting government entities, large corporations, and travelers for more than 20 years. While we have specialized in satellite internet over much of that time, recently we decided to use our knowledge of mobile internet and our strategic partnerships with cellular providers to give consumers a better option for remote cellular internet.
Proven RV Internet Experts
We’ve been helping RV enthusiasts, fifth wheel owners, and remote travelers stay connected since 1996. Owned by a family that frequently travels and attends rallies in their RV, RVDataSat understands the community and the needs of life on the road. We were even the first to offer an affordable RV-specific satellite antenna that is still very popular today.
The Best Cellular Equipment
We are Gold Partners for Peplink, the leading manufacturer of enterprise-grade cellular routers. These routers are trusted by police departments and response crews across the country, and provide the absolute best in remote connectivity.
Unrivalled Service Plans
We offer unbeatable data plans on the best networks in the United States. You don’t just get internet, though. With our plans, you get access to our expert support team that can help you get connected and stay connected.
Where We've Been Mentioned
Want to Check Your Coverage?
Leave your info below to see which network will work best for you, and to discuss your options with our team of mobile internet experts.
RV Hotspot Info and Advice
About RVDataSat Cellular
Just like other wireless routers, this unit creates a Wi-Fi signal that you can connect to with your personal devices, such as a smartphone or laptop. However, unlike a normal home router, our service uses one (or multiple) of our cellular network partners to get you connected from anywhere.
Yes! You may return the product within 72 hours for a refund, less the shipping charges, one month of service, and the activation fee. The product must be returned in the original packaging, so make sure not to throw it away!
Before returning it, think about what may be causing it not to work. Our devices are very high quality and have a failure rate of less than 1%, so it is likely one of a few different issues that we cover under Troubleshooting Tips. Look through our guide or give us a call so we can troubleshoot it together!
Our plans range from 20 to 500 gigabytes per month of high priority data. After your high priority data is used, your speeds will be lowered to 3G speeds.
There is no contract! You pay for the first and last month of service upfront, and can choose to cancel your service at any time. All you need to do is provide 30 day notice of cancellation, and you’re all set.
Your router will work with any major service provider in the US. This router is also compatible with international providers, though you’ll need a country-specific SIM card and service plan.
With satellite internet, you have a reliable connection from practically anywhere in the United States, but at the cost of a much higher latency and a generally slower connection. Monthly service plans are also more expensive for satellite, as is the equipment to get started.
Cellular internet relies on the location of cellular towers, so there are plenty of areas across the country that won’t have any connection at all. Speeds are not guaranteed, and change frequently. In addition to proximity to the nearest cell tower, your cellular connection is based on tower congestion. As you travel around, you’ll encounter areas with fantastic connectivity and areas with terrible connectivity. The benefit of cellular is a much lower cost for equipment and service. As long as you use a coverage map before you travel, you’ll know what to expect from your cellular connection and how you can modify your route to get the best connection possible.
While satellite internet is available virtually anywhere in the United States with a view of the southern sky, cellular internet is a bit more tricky. Think about the places you want to travel to in the near future- campgrounds, national parks, small towns- and write them down. With these locations in mind, explore our coverage map to see how our service will line up with your plans.
After reaching out to us, we will provide a map of our cellular range that you can use as you travel. If you are covered, your current location will be colored on the map. If it is not covered, you may want to change your route to stay within the cellular network. This should be easy, because our network covers the majority of the United States!
There are a few possible reasons, lets take it step by step!
The first thing to check is your coverage map. If your current address is outside of the coverage range, that is the problem. To fix this, simply move within cellular range. Our network offers extensive coverage across the United States, so you usually don’t have to go far! These maps are not 100% accurate and may become less reliable towards the edges of the network. If you have low speeds and are at the very outskirts of the network, move further inside the range if possible.
Next, think about your time of day and the day of the week. Nights and weekends often have a much higher contention rate, meaning there are more people online trying to get the same data. You may have the highest speeds available at the time, there are just a lot of people trying to get that same data. This will become evident if you stay in the same location for multiple days and notice a trend in data speeds over the course of a day. To fix this, either move to a new location that may have more available bandwidth or try the step below.
Lastly, remove some devices from your router. If you have 10 devices connected, a relatively strong speed may seem much worse than it actually is. Go down to one or two devices that you need that you are currently using, and see if performance improves.
We’re currently writing a process for this, but in the meantime please call our technical support team so they can walk you through how to do it!