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Keep mobile devices, media players, and computers connected to Wi-Fi and nationwide 4G LTE networks while traveling in your RV with the Winegard ConnecT 2.0 4G2. Stream live TV and gaming services, access route navigation, and connect computers at maximum available speeds wherever the road may take you. It’s all housed in a rugged, low-profile dome that’s easy to install on your RV’s roof.

The ConnecT 2.0 4G2 provides consistent nationwide 4G LTE, in-motion cellular connectivity for when Wi-Fi networks aren’t available.

Get the data you need with no annual contracts via Winegard prepaid data plans (ranging from 1 GB to 20 GB) that give you the freedom and flexibility to choose what’s right for you. The ConnecT 2.0 4G2 can also connect to AT&T and Verizon cellular networks (Mini-SIM card required), and it offers the capability to swap SIM cards to add to new or existing data plans from other carriers.

The high-performance ConnecT 2.0 4G2 also works as a Wi-Fi extender, offering maximum security while capturing available Wi-Fi signals for a consistent, reliable, and secure mobile internet connection at the fastest speed possible.

More powerful than a smartphone or hotspot device, the ConnecT 2.0 4G2 makes it easy to connect to accessible Wi-Fi hotspots, such as at RV parks, camping sites, restaurants, coffee shops, truck stops, and more — expanding your Wi-Fi coverage inside your RV from farther away.

Easy to set up, simply follow the step-by-step onscreen instructions, scan for and select a Wi-Fi network, and then connect your mobile devices, computers, smart TVs, gaming controls, and more to secure Wi-Fi in seconds. It’s also great for using Wi-Fi Calling and VoIP services to make phone calls when cell coverage is weak.

Always secure, the ConnecT 2.0 4G2 offers advanced Wi-Fi protected access (WPA and WPA2-PSK), double Firewall protection (SPI and NAT), denial of service (DoS) attack prevention, plus a separate guest network access option.

The ConnecT 2.0 4G2 installs on the roof of your RV with included mounting hardware and a 20-foot power cable. The unit measures 16 inches in diameter and 8 inches tall. Designed and manufactured in the USA, it’s backed by a 2-year manufacturer’s limited warranty on parts and 1-year warranty on labor.

Winegard is a leading US designer and manufacturer of more than 1,000 different world class antenna products for the home, RVs, trucking industry, boating, and tailgating parties — including antennas for TV, direct to home satellite services, 4G LTE cellular, and Wi-Fi networks.

Wireless Standard – 802.11b/g/n

Product Features

  • Keep mobile devices, media players, and computers connected to Wi-Fi with a reliable connection and expanded coverage
  • Links to nationwide 4G LTE for reliable, uninterrupted, in-motion and stationary coverage
  • In The Box: Antenna, 20′ power cable, exterior mounting hardware, interior mounting hardware, and manual
  • Approved Providers: AT&T, Version; SIM Card Port: Mini-SIM (25mm x 15mm x 0.76mm)
  • Dimensions: 16″ diameter, 8″ height, 3.75 lbs.

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3 comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    One of the worst pieces of tech I have ever purchased This thing is basically a paperweight attached to the top of my Airstream.1) Its most basic function, being a WIFI extender, is horrible. It loses connection constantly, even when the RV park has very good WIFI (we are able to connect our phones and computers to the RV Park’s WIFI just fine). Actually EXTENDING the range? Pffft. Yeah, whatever. This thing sucks.2) From an LTE standpoint, this might be the most ridiculous and poorly conceived antennas of all time…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Very Satisfied

  3. Anonymous says:

    Would buy this again in a heartbeat. Installation was not too bad, took my time peaking up in the ceiling before drilling a 3/4” hole in the roof of the RV. Mounted the antenna above the closet and sealed each screw with Dicor self-leveling caulking. Also used the included plate/cover to waterproof the entry point of the wire. Inside I took down a 12 volt ceiling fixture in a closet and picked up the 12 volt power from it. Ran the wire to the included on/off switch down the corner of the closet and then cut a small square hole…

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