Thanks for the info and taking the time to write. I have been looking at some travel websites -- some of which you mentioned. It's okay when we are at home, but on the road using campground wifi can be problematic. Moving ahead and purchasing new technology (such as a mobile hotspot) given our situation, will duplicate some of what we have and greater cost to us.
We don't have smart phones yet just flip phones. We live in a 10 year old age 55 development that provides some services paid with our HOA fees. I won't bore you with details, but I could write a couple pages about our situation. But it involves developer bankruptcy, contacts that continue to pay the developer, and couple of LLCs, contracts with providers that have some ridiculous terms, weak cell service in our development. All this was negotiated in the early 2000's before telecommunications is what it is today.
The HOA was approached by a law firm that specializes in situations like this (apparently this type of situation is very common in Florida) who has successfully got us out of this and it will improved our situation (of course for a price). In the end, it will reduce HOA fees while providing us with some addition services. We hope to eventually eliminate our landline, buy smart phones and purchase a mobile hotspot. Until all this takes effect, anything we do now will just increase our costs and duplicate service.