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Shakespeare WebWatch Internet Hotspot

Shakespeare’s WebWatch internet hotspot is designed for coastal and inland boaters.

February 16, 2018
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Shakespeare WebWatch

WebWatch serves a Wi-Fi hotspot and high-definition TV antenna, with online access for as many as 32 devices. Shakespeare

Shakespeare’s WebWatch internet hotspot is designed to let coastal and inland boaters forgo satellite antennas and data plans.

WebWatch serves a Wi-Fi hotspot and high-definition TV antenna, with online access for as many as 32 devices. Speeds can reach 4G from nearby Wi-Fi signals or cellular signals with a data-only AT&T SIM card. On mobile, WebWatch can achieve 3G speeds using GSM-based networks from T-Mobile, Cricket and more.

At all speeds, the technology automatically switches from receiving cell signals to using Wi-Fi hotspots, based on signal strength. This method, according to Shakespeare, saves money on data charges and provides uninterrupted connectivity.

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The WCT-1 version of WebWatch has a built-in HDTV antenna, providing access to free local TV network programming.

Pricing: WebWatch WCT-1 costs $899; WebWatch WC-1 without HDTV is $699. Through March, Shakespeare dealers are offering $100 off last year’s prices on the WC-1 model.

Take the next step: go to http://www.shakespeare-ce.com/marine

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