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    Sky Go on Caravan sites

    This is a discussion on Sky Go on Caravan sites within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Can anyone tell me if I can get Sky Go on either Caravan Club or Camping and Caravanning Club sites. ...

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      Can anyone tell me if I can get Sky Go on either Caravan Club or Camping and Caravanning Club sites. They use their own network providers which you have to pay a fee,either daily or weekly for their service,is this classed as a hot spot or do I also have a fee.

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      Re: Sky Go on Caravan sites

      I would think it will be the same as any other Hotspot and should run Sky Go OK, as long as it is in UK of course.

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      Re: Sky Go on Caravan sites

      Also check if the Clubs have any download limit.

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      Sky Go on Caravan sites

      Quote Originally Posted by Isitme View Post
      I would think it will be the same as any other Hotspot and should run Sky Go OK, as long as it is in UK of course.
      Even if it isn't you could VPN your traffic back to the UK

      Also just because the hotspot Is in the uk doesn't mean the traffic egresses in the uk.

      I'm sure ones of the trains I used a hotspot on had a satellite link that routed traffic via Sweden presumably that's where the ground station was


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      Re: Sky Go on Caravan sites

      Last time I stayed on a Caravan Club site there was not a download limit just a time limit, However the speed was really low. You will be lucky to get 512kbs.

     

     

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