In this video, I install the TOGO Roadlink C2 by Winegard WiFi Booster and 4G LTE router on the roof of the RV. Then I go over the product setup and operation and give it a quick 4G data speed test.
The TOGO device comes with an exclusive cell data plan offering from AT&T. For an upfront cost of $360, you get 1 year of unlimited 4G data. A pretty sweet deal for RVers that travel and camp a lot. They also have a monthly plan – 5 gigs for $25.
UPDATE DEC 18 – I’ve learned the AT&T is no longer offering the $360 per year Unlimited Plan after January 15th 2020
Disclaimer: the TOGO hardware was provided to me free of charge for the review. I did pay $360 for the cell plan though. – Ray
I have purchased the yearly unlimited plan and will test it over the next few weeks as we travel in the US southwest. I’ll then come back with my full review of the TOGO RV performance.
TOGO RV Roadlink C2 Installation Video
Update – AT&T Unlimited Plan being Retired
*UPDATE* The AT&T $360 a year unlimited data plan for the TOGO RV WiFi Extender + 4G LTE router is going away. It will be retired as of January 15th, 2020. About a month ago I replaced my existing Winegard Connect 2 with the TOGO RV version mainly to get ahold of the unlimited AT&T plan. It has worked well for us and we used 72 GB the first month. We were able to stream TV and movies and watch YouTube as much as we wanted to.
So, I’m bummed out to see it go. I’m also sorry to anyone who purchased based on the information in my initial installation video. They are replacing the plan with several other data plans that are nowhere near as good. However, Winegard says they will unlock the TOGO RV device so customers can use sim cards and plans from other carriers.
Because of this sudden change, I’m going to hold off on the final review to see how things shake out. But at this point it looks like buyer beware, this can change at any time.