Combining Connections on MacBook Pro – Fast, Stable Internet

Cristian MiculiCombining Internet Connections, How To

MacBooks and Internet Speed and Reliability - a Love and Hate Story

Most MacBook Pro users are on a constant struggle to find fast and stable Internet. Whether they're working while traveling or, more recently, even while working from home. And that's because everybody's overcrowding the existing Internet infrastructure in residential areas. So what can you do about this?

The answer is simple: use all available Internet connections at once. And we're not talking about switching between connections - Wi-Fi, Ethernet, cellular dongle, etc. We're saying you can use all your available connections simultaneously on your MacBook Pro. That's great news, as your connection will get faster and more stable. Your MacBook Pro will be able to harness both the download and upload bandwidth of your connections.

Wondering how to combine Internet connections on MacBook Pro? It's simple: you need a software channel bonding / link aggregation solution that will unlock the potential of your MacBook.

Reasons to Combine Connections on MacBook Pro

Two words: speed and reliability for your Internet connectivity. As long as you have access to multiple connections, why not use them? Think about it:

  • your home Internet is wired Ethernet or Wi-Fi
  • you can tether your cell phone to your MacBook Pro for a cellular connection
  • you can also connect to a public Wi-Fi nearby - from a restaurant or from your city.

Feel free to add other options to that list as well.

So, when you combine all you available connections on your MacBook (to use them simultaneously), the resulting connection should be faster and more stable. This will help with bandwidth-intensive apps like live streaming, video calls, online gaming, remote learning, etc.

How to Combine Connections on MacBook Pro

In order to combine Internet connections at once on your MacBook Pro, you need a link aggregation software solution, as mentioned above. Speedify is your best choice in terms of network bonding software for Mac. Speedify is a fast bonding VPN that solves the compromise you have to do when choosing privacy & security over speed. With Speedify you get security, speed and reliability for your Internet connection, having the peace of mind you’ll be “always on”.

Here's what you have to do to combine connections on your MacBook Pro:

  1. First - get Speedify from the App Store or directly from speedify.com.
  2. Connect your MacBook to all available networks - wired Ethernet, Wi-Fi, tethered phones, USB cellular dongles, etc. - see our online knowledge base on how to do that or check out the combining widget below.
    For best results, make sure the connections you're combining are from different upstream networks. For example - don't connect to both wired Ethernet and Wi-Fi from the same router.
  3. Run Speedify. As long as your MacBook recognizes the connections, you will be able to combine them and get faster and more stable Internet.

Speedify Helps You Combine Connections on MacBook Pro

With its privacy and security functionalities as fast bonding VPN, you can rest assured that Speedify will safely guard your online data and put it away from prying eyes (such as your ISP) or cyber criminals.

Speedify uses advanced encryption algorithms that are fast and secure. Hence – its ability not to slow down the Internet connections once running!

Plus – we care about your privacy, so we have a strict no log policy regarding the activities you do while using the Speedify service.

Speedify is compatible with all Mac computers including Macbook, Macbook Air, and Macbook Pro, iMac and iMac Pro, Mac Mini, and Mac Pro. It works on all Mac computers running macOS 10.12 and later. Please check the updated system requirements on the download page.

Unleash the full potential of your MacBook Pro and combine available connections. Get started with Speedify for FREE today!

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