WiFi at home is becoming an absolute necessity. In the past, we had perhaps one or two devices that connected to the Internet, but these days everything from TVs to lightbulbs can be connected to the Internet. A WiFi network in your home can help you get all the devices in your home online.
LTE stands for Long Term Evolution. It's also known as First Generation 4G. So, it's a way of accessing the Internet using fast cellphone technology. But it doesn't only need to be used in an actual cellphone. LTE can be used successfully at home, using an LTE router, as a way of connecting your whole home to the In-ternet. LTE for home is a convenient solution that's easy to set up.
In order to set up a home WiFi network, you need an Internet service. The type of Internet service you get will be dependent on the area you live in and what's available to you.
At the moment, Fibre is the gold standard in digital connectivity at home. Fibre is super fast, easy to use and reliable. The issue with Fibre is that it needs to be available in your area before you can get connected. Fibre is rolling out in major suburbs across the country, so if you don't have access to Fibre yet, you could do very soon.
If Fibre isn't available, there are many other options for getting you connected to the Internet. You could use ADSL, LTE or Wireless Internet to connect.
To find out what kind of coverage you can get in your area, see our supersonic coverage map.
Your Internet Service Provider should help you get your Internet service up and running with WiFi for home. supersonic offer a full installation service where they will visit your home and set up your Internet and WiFi. They will provide you with the right kind of modem and router to ensure you get a WiFi signal where you need it in your home. By the time they leave your home, your home WiFi will be up and running and ready to go.
In the past, you may have had one desktop PC that always sat in your office. The PC was wired to your modem with a cable, so you could connect to the net.
Today, we are increasingly mobile. We all have a cellphone and a laptop and possibly a tablet that needs to be connected to the Internet. We use our tablet to watch videos in bed and cooking shows in the kitchen. We use our cellphone in every room of the house to listen to streaming music. We connect to the Internet on our laptops and use them in the office, at the dining room table, and even while we're sitting out in the garden. We connect to streaming services on our TVs and binge watch TV series. Each device needs to be connected wirelessly though your WiFi for home network.
These days, more and more devices need an Internet connection - and in future we'll see even more. Already you can buy lightbulbs that connect to your WiFi and can be dimmed from your smartphone. Our alarm systems and security cameras are connected to WiFi. Pretty soon our dishwashers and fridges and irrigation systems will also be connected to the Internet, so we can turn on the sprinklers even when we're on the other side of the world on holiday or check to see if we've got enough milk in the fridge when we're at the grocery store.
When shopping around for home WiFi packages, it's best to do a bit of homework. There are many affordable home WiFi plans and home WiFi providers out there, but you need to check what is included in your home WiFi plan and what isn't.
supersonic offers a free call-out, can set up your modem and WiFi router or use the current modem and router you have. The supersonic home WiFi package will not tie you in to a long-term contract - and you can cancel at any time.
The cost of our home WiFi packages will depend on the type of Internet service you have selected. While Fibre may be costlier than ADSL, it is not only faster; but much more reliable. You'll also need to ask yourself whether you need uncapped Internet or a capped package.
supersonic has an easy assessment tool that can help you determine the right home WiFi package for your needs and supersonic will offer you the best home WiFi service.
Contact us today to set-up a call-out.