Gear review: Internet On The Go Mobile Router

Internet On The Go makes connecting to the internet simple, delivering the speed you need to stay connected on the road. (Photo: Adventurtunity Family)

What is it?

With more and more people becoming digital nomads and working remotely, staying connected to the internet while you’re on the move has become more important than ever. Finding a solution that works for you can be difficult, and that’s where Internet On The Go comes in. Its goal is to make connecting to the internet as simple, smooth and painless as possible, all while delivering the speed you need to stay connected on the road.

What sets it apart?

Offering high-quality Pepwave Max mobile routers coupled with simple, robust data plans from multiple carriers, Internet On The Go takes the agony out of connecting to the internet while traveling. When you order your router, it arrives ready to go out of the box. Just plug it in, connect your devices and you’re up and running! The LTE data plans are high-speed with no throttling or contracts. And since it’s a mobile router, it can go where you go. Take it with you on vacation, on your boat, in a cabin or hotel. Wherever you can plug it in and be in range of a carrier’s towers, you can be on your own secure private network.

How do I use it? 

It’s as simple as plugging in the router and connecting your devices. Phones, tablets, smart TVs and streaming services can all be connected to the same router. No more logging in to a new network or Wi-Fi every time you move.

How much?

Routers range from $525 to $1,499

Adventurtunity Family’s insight:

Since we work from the road, being able to connect to the internet reliably and consistently is very important. When we hit the road initially, we made do with our Verizon phones and a hot spot. But as work picked up, we needed more data and an alternative plan to ensure connection. And after a month in a dead Verizon area, we had to do something. We got a Pepwave mobile router with an AT&T plan from Internet On The Go, and it has been an amazing upgrade for us! We can connect all of our devices (eight, to be exact), and as long as we are in good range of AT&T, we’re solidly connected! It even works while we’re driving on travel days.

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