The Caravan and Motorhome Club has announced free Wi-Fi hotspots will be available at its campsites that are currently providing a Wi-Fi service.
Good amenities are something that the best caravan parks always offer, and the work should help to further enhance stays at Club sites. The hotspots, which will be available from the middle of March, will be situated near the reception areas.
The work represents the completion of the first stage of a two phase plan which is aiming to provide better Wi-Fi.
The second step will see BT begin campsite wide upgrades from April, which are expected to take around eight months to finish. Upon completion, the Club is aiming to provide free Wi-Fi to pitches, with an optional upgrade available for watching videos and streaming music. So far, £1.5 million has been invested in the work since 2020.
Regarding anyone who has an active Wi-Fi pass, the Club has advised: “we will be in touch within 28 days, regarding any outstanding value left on your purchase”.
You can visit the Club’s Wi-Fi hotspots page to see which sites are currently offering hotspots.
The Club recently responded to DVSA findings that revealed ‘caravans are far and away not the greatest concern within the sector’ too, after 12% of 730 caravans that were checked were found to have prohibitable defect.
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