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Monthly Archives: October 2013

Should You Steal Someone Else’s Wireless Signal?

There’s no doubt that stealing wireless internet is an easy thing to do. After all, you only need to open your laptop and look for open wireless networks. Lots of people do this so they can avoid paying for internet. And it can be easy to think that using someone else’s connection won’t do any harm.

But it actually does. Whoever set up that wireless network paid for that bandwidth from their ISP. And so any usage by someone else will mean there is less for the paying customer to use. Today’s high speed internet does provide much more bandwidth than the dialup internet of old, but this doesn’t make it okay. If you steal and no one notices, it’s still stealing.

Should You Choose Charter Or Another ISP Without A Backup?

Do email ads about an internet provider do anything to convince you to try them? The truth is that a lot of the time, the decision to try a different internet company is made following a conversation with someone who has already tried that company. But really, there is no reason to completely jump ship to your other provider sight unseen; you can also keep your current company as a backup.

It’s also a good idea to read the fine print of the special offers you might receive via email. For example, if Charter Internet sends you a special offer, check to see how long that offer lasts, or whether there’s a free trial available. This can help you to decide whether or not to keep your current connection while you try something else.

 

Selecting The Perfect Dial-Up Internet Company Is Easy

Do you know what you will be using the internet for? If so, then you are halfway to finding the right dial-up company for your internet needs. And there are many companies that have been providing internet for a long time. But does this mean it is safe to assume you will get the same level of service? Nope. The best move you can make to find out how good their service is is to ask others how they feel about it. Many times, a dial-up provider will offer low prices, but have very poor customer service. So be sure to check out reviews before you buy.

Is There A Solution To Broadband Network Congestion?

It is no mystery that the internet market in the United States is facing network congestion as more and more people sign up for service. The congestion problem is huge since upgrading existing infrastructure comes at a very high cost. Those in the mobile arena, don’t have the resources or capital to expand their networks. And so experts are saying that the only way they can deal with network congestion is to come up with new and innovative methods to address their issues. Some of these methods may include the addition of lines for transmission, bigger pipes and efficiency that’s been improved. There is also the issue of disappearing spectrum, which can be helped by changing policy rules to curb network traffic rates.