How Will Getting A Wi-Fi Booster Help You?
Wi-Fi is undoubtedly one of the best things that have ever happened to the internet, I think we made that clear. On a good day, you can watch Netflix from your backyard, listen to music in your bathroom and just do virtually anything around your house while being connected to the Wi-Fi.
But that’s on a good day.
Don’t you just hate it, sometimes, when you go to your bedroom and there’s no Wi-Fi connection in it while it was perfectly fine in the living room?
Yes, we all hate it.
That’s where the idea of having a Wi-Fi booster(also known as a repeater or extender) comes.
Today, I’m going to talk about what are the benefits of having a Wi-Fi repeater.
1. Eliminate Dead Zones
Dead zones are virtually the zones or rooms in your house where the Wi-Fi signal is either weak or completely missing. Say goodbye to having no internet connection in certain spots of your house the minute you get a booster.
Sometimes walls, furniture, home appliances, doors, and even mirrors and windows are affecting the signal in a bad way.
If you are living in a more crowded area, your Wi-Fi will also be a victim of interference from your neighbors’ Wi-Fi. There’s little you can do about that than to just switch the channel you’re on.
A booster can allow you to spread your internet signal even further and allow you to switch up the channel on itself as well, so it doesn’t interfere with your neighbors’ network.
2. Consistent Connection Around Your House
Okay, your house or apartment might be small enough or your router might be good enough for you to have a signal all over the place.
But then another issue comes to play. Well, it certainly did for me.
I had speed losses in some of the rooms in my apartment.
Meaning that my signal was wide, but it was weak towards the end of its broadcast.
I would go to the bathroom, try to watch a video or listen to some music while I was showering but it wouldn’t stop buffering.
If you don’t want to pull cords all over your house, getting a booster such as the Triniboost will help you get consistent internet speed all over the place.
Say goodbye to having those excruciating lags(especially if you’re gaming) within the minute you start using your booster.
3. Wi-Fi Outside?
This might seem like an odd statement for most of the people who live in apartments in crowded cities.
But if you’re living in a less crowded place and you’re living in a house, where you have a garden, pool and a patio, then you would DEFINITELY want to have your Wi-Fi signal reach further than your doorstep.
When you get a Wi-Fi booster, you essentially re-broadcast what the Wi-Fi already is doing, but once more, allowing you to get your internet network even further.
You could get an extra 200 feet radius with just a regular booster.
When you get a booster, you can easily:
1. Stream music while you’re mowing your lawn or you’re by the pool
2. Watch movies on your patio
3. Work outside without the fear of losing your progress
Your booster could definitely offer you the freedom and fearlessness of working in your own terms.
4. Save on Data
If you’re using unlimited data on your phone, feel free to skip this last section, but if you’re like me and you like to save a few dollars from here and there, you might actually love this.
Working from home, especially when I was not in the living room where the internet connection was the best, I always had worries when I was going on Skype or Zoom meetings.
I was always afraid that my signal would drop and I would have to embarrass myself.
That’s why I always used my phone for such meetings.
But it turned out they were really heavy on my data, so I was reaching my cap 14-15 days prior to its renewal and I had to pay for extra GBs of data.
When I got my first booster I said goodbye to spending extra dollars on measly GBs.
For me, and many others, getting a booster is just another way to save money.
So if you’re having Wi-Fi problems such as dead zones, weak signals or inconsistent speed around the house, you should definitely look into buying yourself a booster.