Better Internet, anywhere & everywhere!
With just a single connection Speedify can help improve packet loss and allow you to access region locked content. However, to get the full benefits of Speedify you need access to multiple Internet connections. On mobile this is easy since most smartphones these days have their own built in cellular data connections that can be bonded with Wi-Fi.
On desktop computers, things can be more complicated both due to differences in hardware and, most of all, the availability of different kinds of Internet connections. So, we aggregated all this information into a handy guide on the most common Internet connections that you can find depending on where you are.
|Your location||Primary connection||Secondary connection||Additional Networking Hardware Required|
|At Home – Suburban/Rural||Wi-Fi / wired via broadband router||3G/LTE||
|3G/LTE||3G/LTE from another carrier||
|At Home – Urban||Wi-Fi / wired via broadband router
|Public Wi-Fi / from a restaurant or cafe||–|
|At the Office –||Wired / Wi-Fi connection, often secured||Guest Wi-Fi network
Public Wi-Fi nearby
|Around Town – Restaurant, Cafe, or Conference Center||Public Wi-Fi||3G/LTE||
|Traveling – Airports/Railway stations||Public Wi-Fi||3G/LTE||
|Hotel public Wi-Fi||Hotel public Wi-Fi
Wired connection in room
|Other public Wi-Fi||–|
|Camping or Outdoors||3G/LTE||3G/LTE from another carrier||
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