Around six months ago, Paul, from Camping Downunder took on the challenge to road test a Cel-Fi Go Mobile Kit.
Paul is locally based in the Riverland, South Australia and with a keen passion for camping and 4WDing. Paul decided a couple of years ago to share his adventures on Instagram, and just last year also started a YouTube Channel. What has made the Camping Downunder Instagram page so popular is that Paul is a self-proclaimed “average guy” with no big budgets, unlike other similar social media pages. So what you get is an average guy, with an average set up; all the tips he shares with his followers about camping, 4WDing and accessories are the best of what he can do with what he can afford, just like most of his audience.
Paul has been using the Cel-Fi Go Mobile Kit for a few months now. As an adventurous guy, he has well and truly tested the kits coverage in some of the remotest places in Australia.
In April, Paul and I caught up to address some of the most common questions people have had about his experience with the Cel-Fi Go Mobile Kit but also to take a look at the Cel-Fi Go Stationary range of signal boosters.
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