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Old 03-18-2014, 06:44 AM   #1
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I am seeking some practical application to wifi ? If I can get desirable wifi service from a public wifi unit at say 100 yards. If I buy a $600 wifi ranger go package, how far away can I expect to be able to have the same signal?
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If you are willing to spend that much money, I would step up to the Verizon MiFi. You would have much better speed and access would be most anywhere you have cell service, not just inside a campground. Campground wifi are always much slower, and many times non-functional as the CG is so crowded. I understand thru Millenicom you can get 'Verizon' service thru a reseller company and only pay for service month-to-month. Good luck.
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