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      Forum upgrade   12/10/17

      Hi everyone, As you're probably aware, we've been in the process of upgrading the Caravan Talk forum software for a while. I can now confirm that the software has been upgraded and we're fully up to date. Please note that this new software is quite different in appearance and function, so may require a bit of relearning. We are in the process of refining the look, features and experience to make it a bit better and more familiar. If you spot any issues please let us know in the feedback forum. Unfortunately any posts between Monday morning and now have been lost. This is due to when the database snapshot was taken for the upgrade, this may also affect new members since then. We do apologise for this, but we have tried to keep disruption to a minimum. We are already aware and working on the following issues: PayPal payment issues for CT Supporters Forum design, lack of CT branding including colours Temporary loss of reviews databases Navigation bar needs refining We will keep this list up to date, so please check here before posting new updates, or to keep on tabs of our progress. The software was upgraded in order to provide you with a more secure, reliable, faster experience, whilst providing us with more tools to improve the features and options for the forum. Thank you for your continued support. Ben and the CT Team

Mobile Internet (Wi-Fi and more)

This is where to discuss connection to the Internet from your caravan or motorhome.


As a denizen of the 21st century, it is very likely that you are an internet user, be it for work, pleasure, or both. Increasingly improving web access has allowed many caravanners to take their online life with them to sites up and down the country (and further afield).

 

An important question for caravanners is the matter of how best to get online whilst away in the caravan. There are lots of options available, and the ‘best’ option will depend the same factors as web use at home: where you are located, how much internet data you require, and how much you’re prepared to spend.

Some caravan sites offer wi-fi access, but many ‘vanners find the costs prohibitive, and connection speeds at peak times can leave a lot to be desired. Depending on your internet provider, ‘hotspots’ are sometimes accessible on sites, but these don’t always hugely reliable connections. Other (and largely more popular) options include internet dongles, or using mobile phone tethering or mi-fi.

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