Vlog 29: Internet Explorer

A question that I’ve had a lot lately is “how do you get the Internet on board a narrowboat in the middle of a canal?” So in this video I explain how I do it for both local WiFi and 3G or 4G access when cruising. Hope it’s useful!

The two networks that most narrowboat-dwellers seem to cite as the most useful, fast and widespread are Three and EE. I’ve got a plan with EE costing £31/month for unlimited 4G data and it’s very good.

Amazon links for the kit I use (or similar)
Huawei Mifi (this version does *NOT* take external aerials): https://geni.us/CtC_HuaweiMifi
I now use this Netgear, which will take an aerial: https://geni.us/CtC_NetgearMiFi
Poynting 4G Omni aerial: https://geni.us/CtC_MiFiAntenna
10,000mAh battery pack: http://amzn.to/1UjR2vm

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