Make sure you're getting the speed you need from your Cox internet connection. Whether you need to upgrade your equipment or it's time for a faster plan, you have a lot of options to improve your speed.
If you're looking for more Wi-Fi coverage for your home but don't want to spend a ton on feature you don't need, there are a lot of options available. Mesh can help get you covered even when you have a challenging environment such as a home with concrete or brick walls.
If your Xfinity internet connection isn't performing as well as you think it should, there are a few things you can check. Besides making sure your service is working, you may have just outgrown your old equipment and need something new.
For most people, the convenience and reliability of a mesh system outweigh the extra cost and reduced feature set. Still, there are a lot of people that would much rather stick to a standalone router especially if they are after specific features or wired connectivity.
The Nest Wifi points not only expand your Wi-Fi coverage but also contain a smart speaker and microphone for Google Assistant integration. Even if one router provides enough coverage for your home, you may still want a point for the extra functionality.
All of eero's products are on sale during Memorial Day weekend through May 29 — even eero Secure plans which bring advanced security features to your eero mesh networking system and help you get the most out of the purchase.
This flexible mesh networking system can blanket your whole home in Wi-Fi, eliminating dead zones and making sure you have access in every room. You can add more access points as you need them. These routers handle up to 200 connected devices.
Having an eero Secure subscription for your eero mesh system adds advanced security features and parental controls, and today you can score it all for just $1.49 per month by using the following promo code during checkout.
You're trying to stream a video on Netflix or browsing the web and the Wi-Fi signal cuts out on your phone. We've all been there, and if you're seeing regular Wi-Fi connectivity issues on your phone, there are a few things you can do to fix the problem.