Sorry, not a CG owner, but I too need Internet access wherever I go. Link Spot is a per day type thing, like now available in a lot of hotels (in a wire form). The rates for Link Spot are: $2.95 per hour, $5.95 per day, 25.00 per week, or $50.00 per month, but each 'sale' is for a single CG. So, the monthly rate is no good for those that have to move every 2 weeks between membership campgrounds. I will say the rates are lower than the hotels (usually about 10.00), but the speed will be slower due to wi-fi limitations (for now).
There is also another wi-fi company looking at CGs, Hotspotzz
has an agreement with KOA so that if you use Koa Konnect as your ISP, the charge to use the Hotspotzz network is waved. So, for the standard $19.99 monthly charge, you get both a national dialup ISP and a wireless plan. (FYI, you can signup directly with Hotspotzz for $16.95, but you don't get the dialup access. (Just checked, and they do have a 19.95/month plan with dialup.) This type of charge is more mangeable for RVers. Plus, you can use it at other locations, like airports, that get on the band wagon. For those occasional users, the Hotspotzz network let's the CG sell 1, 4, or 24 hour scratch cards that are good at the current location (maybe any location) and the CG can keep the full proceeds from the sale.
I for one hope the CGs go with a system like Hotpotzz instead of LinkSpot.
To CG owners: This setup of a WiFi network is going to require an initial $ outlay, and I don't know what these guys are charging for that, but the real cost is the DSL monthly connection. Although this would work with a cable modem, the last I knew, the cable modem companies prohibited reselling their service. But, as a CG, you could always hook a WiFi access point to your cable modem and just leave the access unencrypted. Anybody can use it. If you already have a cable modem, then the $ outlay may be minor if your CG is setup so that the small base unit antennas are all that is required.
29' Four Winds 29QB/Pac-n-Play, '01 GMC Savana 3500 Extended Hi-Top Conversion, 8.1L