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Old 03-01-2021, 06:55 PM   #1
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New RV - we purchased a gateway... itís installed . NOW WHAT ? What do we purchase next to stream ? Stay connected. We both have Verizon. I have Roku at home and Apple TV I donít use. Help
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Old 03-18-2021, 08:49 PM   #2
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New RV - we purchased a gateway... itís installed . NOW WHAT ? What do we purchase next to stream ? Stay connected. We both have Verizon. I have Roku at home and Apple TV I donít use. Help

By a "gateway" I presume you're referring to the Winegard units that install outside on the roof and enhance an LTE, 5G, or WiFi signal. I believe those units generate their own WiFi network. If so, I recommend Google Chromecast. It's cheap... $30 or so and allows you to connect your phones and Chromecast to the WiFi network, letting you stream any video content on your phone to the TV through Chromecast.
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New RV - we purchased a gateway... itís installed . NOW WHAT ? What do we purchase next to stream ? Stay connected. We both have Verizon. I have Roku at home and Apple TV I donít use. Help
Your problem will be getting enough high speed cellular date to stream TV for more than a long weekend per month.

This is a huge subject and there are massive amounts of forum posts and YouTube posts about this topic.

I wish I could tell you ďDo thisĒ but itís much more complex than what streamer to use.

The number one source for info on this is www.rvmobileinternet.com.
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You will need to connect your AppleTv or Roku to the WiFi of your Winegard. I recommend YouTube TV for live TV etc. There are some free channels on other apps. but is limited.

I'm assuming you have the Winegard online and connected to Verizon?
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