A little farther out of developed areas cellular data will still work.And for access anywhere you can see the southern sky, satellite Internet is available.In combination with a good amplifier a proper antenna will take you from no signal - and no ability to make or receive calls - to "normal" operation.For any constant traveler I recommend that you get a good antenna and amplifier from the beginning.I have done independent testing of some of the products they sell, but I receive no compensation for that.This section covers ways to acquire and improve cellular and Wi Fi signals and redistribute them in your RV.In my opinion, if you are a current user of Verizon or AT&T, then I would just stick with your current provider and see how it goes. However, on balance if you are going to have a single provider for both voice and data Verizon is the best choice.Notice we have not mentioned any of the smaller companies.
Disclosure: I gain nothing financially from this, but I did write a chapter on antennas that is included in the book. I recommend them on their merits alone, and my recommendations do change over time.The principles cover both voice communications and data communications.The problems are the same: It may sound simplistic, but solving these issues is really what the myriad of available products do.There is no definitive answer it really depends on where you travel and how you place your calls. This has provided us excellent coverage across the nation. It just depends on where you place your calls from.Fulltiming friends of ours were on our Verizon Family Plan.