INTERNET & WIFI
INTERNET & WIFI
WiFi offers a reliable connection for devices ranging from TVs to tablets, fridges to baby monitors and everything in between. However, connecting that many devices can make it challenging to know which devices are supposed to be connected to your network and which are not. Securing your WiFi network is the best way to protect you and your family. Much like you wouldn’t leave your home’s front door open, you should never leave your WiFi network unprotected and susceptible to unauthorized users.
Spectrum Advanced WiFi is a Spectrum router that gives you enhanced speed, security and a better way to manage your in-home WiFi network from anywhere. Learn more about the many benefits Spectrum Advanced WiFi offers families and other households.
The Spectrum One bundle from Spectrum features the fastest Internet and WiFi in the nation, delivering seamless connectivity across all your devices by combining with Spectrum home Internet, Advanced WiFi and an Unlimited Mobile line all for one incredible price.
Most of us use WiFi, but do we know what WiFi is, really? Find out what WiFi means, how to use it and what you need to know about other WiFi features to help you get fast and reliable Internet at home.
Both WiFi and 5G offer fast Internet connection, but which is faster? WiFi is used to connect devices to the Internet without the use of cellular data, whereas 5G requires a cellular connection. As a result, the two are challenging to compare. They are best used together to create a reliable connection wherever you go. Though 5G is the fastest mobile connection without Internet, WiFi offers a faster Internet connection when combined with a reliable router and a reliable Internet plan.
Broadband Internet is a high-speed Internet connection that’s always on and uses multiple channels or frequencies simultaneously to transmit data. Aside from speed, one of the greatest benefits of broadband home Internet access is that it allows multiple people and devices in your home to access the Internet at the same time via WiFi.
Once a high-tech luxury, home Internet service has now become a staple in most American households. Many people decide to bundle high-speed Internet service with cable TV or mobile phone plans, but going with Internet-only has plenty of benefits worth considering.
If you live in a rural area, which high-speed Internet options are available to you, and which should you choose?
Is your Internet plan the right one for you? With Internet Service Providers (ISPs) providing so many packages, plans and tiers, it can be tough to figure out which is the right one for your household. You want faster Internet, but you don’t want to overpay for a package you don’t need.
Big wireless companies want you to believe "5G" Home Internet is new technology, but it’s not. Fixed Wireless Internet has been around for over 20 years in rural areas – they’re simply rebranding existing technology and using it on a “5G” network. Get the truth about why “5G” Home Internet speeds are so slow and unstable.
Has your Internet been running slow? If you’ve added an extra load to your home network – more users on at the same time, new smart-home devices or 4K streaming – it may be time to upgrade to Gigabit-speed Internet.
From uploading family photos to checking out social media to streaming movies in 4K, a high-speed Internet connection helps you – and everyone else on your network – do it all, faster. As we connect more users and more devices to our home networks, high-speed Internet is becoming essential to our lives.
Spectrum offers WiFi extenders called WiFi Pods that offer more consistent coverage throughout your home. You can use the discreet yet powerful WiFi Pods as WiFi range extenders in your Spectrum home WiFi network.
If you’ve used a smartphone and especially if you have a tablet and smartwatch on your phone plan, you already know that feeling of relief when you get home, and the WiFi connects automatically. But what if, instead spending a day with poor or intermittent service, you could connect to wireless Internet on the go?
If slow WiFi is testing your patience, it’s time to find out what’s causing your sluggish connection and fix it. In this article, we’ll explore the five most-common causes of slow WiFi performance, so you can pin down the source of your frustrations. You’ll also learn how to make WiFi faster.
If you are in the market for a new modem or router but don’t know where to start, you’ve come to the right place. Find out the difference between a modem and a router before deciding what’s best for your home.