I like having a stable Internet source when we are in our RV. We like to travel, and we have good and bad experiences with RV park Internet service. When we added Hughesnet satellite Internet to our rig, we finally had reliable Internet service. Now you do need to understand that we will use the free Wi-Fi at campgrounds and parks, but we only do that if it is stable. I mean we can take spotty service if we are just looking at websites, but we need reliability when working on the road. We are full time travelers, and we do online work.
Another time we like stable Internet service is when streaming a show or movie. It gets really annoying to see a buffering message due to a choked RV park Internet service or low Wi-Fi signal. Some places have invested in an elaborate Internet to keep all the customers happy. Some places have not. Having the Hughesnet satellite Internet service lets us connect any time at any place we happen to pull our RV over and park. We use free Wi-Fi in shopping plazas, and we sometimes do overnight stays at Walmarts. If we are out where there is no cell signal or any Wi-Fi, the Hughesnet still works. Its dish looks right up into the sky at the satellite, and it forms a two-way communication. A downlink for downloading data, and an uplink for sending requests and uploads to the Internet.
The monthly service offers us enough data to make it useful for us. It is less than the cost of our 4G cellular data that we used to use when we did not have free Wi-Fi or a park connection to the Internet. We also use it at our rural home that we keep for use when not on the road.