caravan Broadband internet

Caravan Broadband Internet

The easy way to get broadband internet for your caravan

If you own a caravan whether its a static or Tourer its never been easier to get hooked up to Caravan broadband internet. This is great news as the modern world is centred around access to the web. Find out how here with our easy guide.

Its simple to get connected, you need just two things. A mobile router and a data subscription.

PLUG AND PLAY: Before you read on, we understand that people have different levels of Tech ability. With that in mind if the below information gets a bit too much to take in, then don’t worry. has put together some plug and play solutions for you.

Simply select either the static caravan or Touring caravan broadband solutions below. We set everything up for you. Simply receive the item in the post, Press the power button and you’re up and running. The data plan is pre-loaded with £10 of credit and we provide you a simple step by step guide of how to top up your credit further.

We provide a simple guide of how to connect your smart devices to the Caravan Broadband router.

If that’s not enough we’re always happy to help you further. Just use our contact form to ask for help if you get a little bit stuck.

Caravan WIFI Plug and Play
Caravan WIFI Plug and Play


Touring caravan broadband kit plug and play
Touring caravan broadband kit plug and play

If You’d still like to do things yourself, then read on we have all the information you need to set your caravan up with broadband internet.

Mobile 4G Routers for caravans

Mobile broadband routers are routers that utilize networks usually adopted by your smart phone.

Caravan Mobile internet connectivity has taken huge leaps in recent years. 3G, 4G, and now 5G connectivity offer off the grid internet speeds comparable to that of your telephone line at home. They offer speeds that are more than adequate to stream all the latest box sets and movies via your Netflix, Amazon Prime, Youtube & Google streaming services. With technologies such as smart speakers reliant upon having a WIFI broadband router available to them, Caravan Broadband internet have become vital to sustain a modern way of life in your caravan when off the grid

Choosing the right Broadband router for your caravan

So lets keep things simple. There’s only a few things you need to consider when purchasing a caravan broadband internet router.

Firstly do you have mains 240v power available? If the answer is no then don’t worry there’s still an option available to you. Hot spot WIFI routers exist that utilize batteries much like your smart phone. these are perfect for camper vans, camping and off grid touring caravans. They are available in 3G and 4G format. If unsure what this means its simple 4G offers faster connectivity than 3G. There’s a lot of choice but be careful not to just choose the cheapest, the higher end models tend to offer increased reliability and connectivity for more devices. If you have 240v/Mains power available then all of the above applies except you have larger selection of broadband routers available to you.

To learn more about Touring caravan routers click here

Caravan Broadband 4G router
Caravan Broadband 4G router

If you’re looking to buy a router, we have an ideal model available right here. it has all the specifications you need for static caravan and holiday home usage. Including duel high gain antennas, 300 Mb/s speeds and is unlocked to any network. Click here to find out more

Caravan 4G broadband in poor signal areas

If you live in a poor signal area then you need not worry. If you purchase your Caravan broadband router wisely, it will have removalable antennas. These antennas can then be easily replaced with an external High Gain caravan Antennas. These are much like the TV antenna fitted to the outside of your home. You install the antenna to the exterior of  your caravan  and point it in the general direction of your nearest 4G Mast. 

Caravan 4G antenna setup
Caravan 4G antenna setup

Note that although you may receive a poor signal on your mobile phone, this is highly dependant on the service provider. Different service providers have varying levels of  signal strength across the country.  If you are considering purchasing one of our products but are worried about signal strength, please CONTACT US. We can conduct a signal check in the location of your caravan and provide the correct service and package to suit

Broadband data plans for your caravan

As with your internet at home you will require a service provider in order to connect to the internet. In this case the service providers are the same as used for your Smart Phone. Major suppliers being EE, 3, Vodafone, o2 etc…

Contract vs Pay As You Go Data plans

You have two options when choosing a service provider for your caravan broadband internet. you can go down the “Pay As You Go” route which allows you to top up your credit as you use it, or you can take the monthly subscription/contract route, which you pay a agreed amount dependant on the amount of data you would like to use per month.

Don’t be put off by this. We would suggest that you start with the “Pay As You Go” route as this will allow you to build a sense of how much data you use on average. This will mean if you decide to go down the subscription/contract route in the future you will know exactly which plan you require.

GiffGaff Pay as You Go tariff

We would recommend giffgaff as a service provider. They offer contract level deals on a pay as you go basis. For example you can pay £25 for unlimited data for 1 month. Meaning you can stream movies, play games and surf the internet without a worry in the world.

Get a free giffgaff Sim

Better still the sim cards are completely free, next day delivery and if you click the link below you will receive an additional £5 credit when you top up. Order one here at giffgaffs website.

If you own a caravan and are looking to Hire it out to holiday makers, you can do so for free at

4 thoughts on “Caravan Broadband Internet

  1. My caravan park provides an internet service but with speeds of only 5-7 meg. I want to buy Sky Glass but this needs a minimum of 10. Is there a solution?

    1. Hi. Yes this is common when sharing on site WIFI. If you imagine you are sharing a connection with multiple othe caravans. Further to this your sites wifi operator likely restricts speeds after a particular download limit. Not very useful if your streaming right? We would suggest using our contact form and let us run some signal checks. We can quickly see if we can help.

  2. You don’t mention roaming in the EU

    1. Roaming in the EU is covered by GiffGaff up to 20GB. Beyond this we would always recommend for extended trips in the EU whilst using your WIFI that you purchase a local provider sim card. Our Kits are open to all networks so this is no issue.

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