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Subject: RVing & PaperBackSwap
Date Posted: 8/7/2007 1:44 PM ET
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Is there anyone out there that is RVing fulltime or a couple of months at a time & also a PaperBackSwap member?  If so, how do you handle the trades?  I could also use some advice on how to handle my internet service.   How do you connect to the internet?   Which system do you use?  Jeanne  

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Subject: RVing & internet
Date Posted: 3/19/2008 8:23 PM ET
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Hi Jeanne, I'm brand new to the book swap so can't help you with that part but I was a full timer until a few years ago and still go out at least once a month. I have dial up at home but can still get online when we go out. Last week we were i Myrtle Beach and the campground had a phone jack at each site. I carry a l-o-n-g (25ft) phone cord that I put through my window (taking the screen out first). (Newer rigs sometimes have a phone line already wired in.) Then I just began the sign on process, looking for local phone #s to sign on. Last month I used the free WIFI at the KOA campground. It still worked with my Compuserve account. Hope that helps some. Let me know if you have any other questions Nancy
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Date Posted: 3/19/2008 10:33 PM ET
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My family and I are planning on going fulltime in the near future.  I'm not sure how we are going to handle the swap thing yet.  Here's a website where you might some more information on the internet situation.  They have a yahoo group and a forum as well. 





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Date Posted: 3/21/2008 10:07 AM ET
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For an internet connection you can try a wireless broadband card.  Verizon, Sprint, and several other companies offer them.  They usually run around $50 per month.

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Date Posted: 3/23/2008 11:52 PM ET
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we dont do any RVing, buy my dad has a wireless broadband card from sprint. it works great and is worth the money. i know places like coffee shops, mc donalds or even mazzios have free wi-fi

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