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Has anyone in Canada tried to use their Rogers rocket hub in the Bolt EV as their wifi hotspot?
Just an idea! Not sure if it?s possible.
 

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Has anyone in Canada tried to use their Rogers rocket hub in the Bolt EV as their wifi hotspot?
Just an idea! Not sure if it?s possible.
Do you mean to give the vehicle internet? or just using the rocket hub as you cruise, for data on other devices?

There shouldn't be any issues with connecting the car to a rocket hub - it simply acts as a wifi network (sometimes spotty internet, but the wifi signal is still there). If you were connecting the car and devices for car play for example, through the rocket hub and driving, I would be concerned only with the reliability of the connection between the hub and the cell towers, not the hub and the devices. The in car antenna is pretty high powered comparatively, and probably gets a more reliable connection than a rocket hub in the center canyon.
 

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Has anyone in Canada tried to use their Rogers rocket hub in the Bolt EV as their wifi hotspot?
Just an idea! Not sure if it?s possible.
Do you mean to give the vehicle internet? or just using the rocket hub as you cruise, for data on other devices?

There shouldn't be any issues with connecting the car to a rocket hub - it simply acts as a wifi network (sometimes spotty internet, but the wifi signal is still there). If you were connecting the car and devices for car play for example, through the rocket hub and driving, I would be concerned only with the reliability of the connection between the hub and the cell towers, not the hub and the devices. The in car antenna is pretty high powered comparatively, and probably gets a more reliable connection than a rocket hub in the center canyon.
Just to provide internet in the vehicle for the driver and passengers.
 
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