The single most important aspect of making my business of photojournalism mobile is INTERNET access. Upon arriving at my first RV park, I was happy to see they provided an internet service at $24.99 for the month. I enrolled and found I was being kicked off constantly and was not able to upload any pics. It wasn't just slow, it was basically useless. I used up the 5gb's T-Mobile so generously provides within the first week. So I set out to research what I was going to need to 'get the job done'. And apparently, the internet at home for $14.99 is $149.99, on the road.
The best website I found for internet needs are from folks, such as myself, that work from the road.
Check out Chris and Cherie's website, www.Technomadia.com. There you will find everything you need to know about the subject, and more. They have been full-time since 2006 and even wrote a book about this subject...it is that complex and that varied.
So, armed with a bit of information I went straight to the Verizon store and bought the MIFI JetPack and 20gb of internet. My T-Mobile phone still has the 5gb, so I am hoping 25gb will cut the mustard. I will keep you posted on how this goes!
Another great site for internet reference is www.gonewiththewynns.com Jason and Nikki are also 100% on the road and have the same needs. They are a cute couple with two cats, so can also inform you on trials and tribulations of traveling with cats!