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Announcing: The Mobile Internet Handbook for Kindle, iBooks and PDF!

It is with great pleasure that we announce The Mobile Internet Handbook – 2014 US RVers Edition has been formatted for Amazon Kindle and Apple iBooks, and we’re officially releasing the eBook!

The book covers cellular data, public WiFi, satellite, ham, cable/DSL, enhancing signals, installation, managing bandwidth, traveling to Canada & Mexico, entertainment options, cellular phone plans and most importantly – setting your expectations for what life on the road with mobile internet is like.

The book is written for the non-technical internet surfer to the high-tech geek – we strive to balance using every day language and examples to explain complex topics, while keeping things technically accurate.

All eBook versions are now $9.99 – Kindle, iBooks or PDF*!

For more information, a preview or to purchase:


The print edition of the book is still a couple weeks away. We have also just completed a special layout of the book in 6 x 9″ paperback, and ordered our proofs for review. We hope to have the print edition shipping sometime in September.

* The PDF version also includes an optional ePub version if you prefer.

Join Mobile Internet Aficionados … and Save!

MIA-final_FullColor webOur brand new premium membership group, Mobile Internet Aficionados, is also accepting new members.
Members enjoy these extra benefits:
  • Q&A Forums to ask us questions and get responses.
  • Indepth and timely newsletters.
  • Exclusive and ad-free content – some of our in-depth articles will be released members only, and others will be made available first to members before the general public.
  • Webinars and members only discussions
  • Discounts on private advising sessions.

We are extending the introductory pricing of $39/year during the launch of the book. 

Or – you can get the PDF book and join at the same time and save $2
(both for just $47)!

 For more information or to join:

If you pre-ordered the PDF eBook during our funding campaign back in May/June, and have not yet downloaded your copy – please be in touch so that we can deliver you your copy!

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  1. We are considering purchasing an RV with factory installed satellite which means we could subscribe to Dish or Direct TV. We might also be able to bundle and get internet service as well. (We are not current subscribers to either.) Your thoughts? Thanks!

    • This is actually covered in the satellite chapter of the book 🙂 But real briefly, the satellite dishes used for TV can not send/receive internet signals. The bundled internet packages they offer tend to be partnerships with local cable or DSL companies, and meant for stationary customers. Not ideal for mobile folks.

  2. YaaaY!! It’s like hearing Jeff Beck released a new album!! We are both looking forward to being so much smarter – or at least using the correct terms when asking stupid questions :-).
    Many thanks to you both for all your hard work!!

  3. Downloaded on Kindle! We can’t wait to read it! Thank you for sharing your knowledge, you guys…You two are a true treasure to the community!

    We will be heading north from Grand Rapids, MI in a week or so to visit friends in the U.P.. We will definitely be using your tip on casino camping.

    Happy motoring!

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