Hi all, Just go back from a vacation (visiting new grandson) in Everett, Washington. We flew out and back, so no RV story to share. Our son and daughter-in-law did not have their own internet access. They were "borrowing" it from a neighbor via wireless access. Needless to say, it was spotty and slow. My son had done some digging and found that he could hook his cell phone (LG Impression) to a laptop via a USB cable and "teather" it. This would allow his phone to be used as a modem and access the internet via the cell phone web. This phone is NOT a "smart phone". Teather it, go into modem mode, connect to laptop, dial *99# and it dials up and connects. It is not the "fastest" connection, but it isn't too bad, either. He wasn't sure it it would create additional charges on the bill, so my wife called out carrier (ATT) and got confirmation that there would be NO EXTRA CHARGES to our bill, since we have the unlimited data plan on our phones. Once again, NOT a "smart phone". This also works via bluetooth connection. My LG Vue phone also works as a modem for a laptop. We used 3 differnent phones with the same results. Billing cycle has ended and we checked our bill on-line and there are NO extra charges on it. This is an easy way to access the internet on the road without having to purchase a satelite plan or do the "pay-per-use" at those pesky wi-fi hot spots, like airports. BE SUREYOU ARE NOT USING"SMART PHONE" TO DO THIS!! Smart Phones require an additional plan and additional charges. Happy Surfing!