The Ultimate Guide for Comcast Connection Bonding

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Ah, Internet issues from Comcast (Xfinity) – who hasn’t gotten them at least once? You know you have it if you see videos stuttering and buffering, lag going through the roof while gaming online or your Internet connection simply disconnecting randomly. So how should you deal with that? Naturally, the first impulse is to contact Comcast – your ISP. Which … Read More

The Ultimate Guide to Working from Home in Rural America

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The new “work from home” paradigm imposed by the Coronavirus crisis outlines the Internet issues all across the world. That’s because remote work today needs more than just a poor satellite, DSL or cable connection: So, all of a sudden, the burden on the already-flimsy slow and unreliable rural Internet increased. Working from home in rural America can be a … Read More

Cord Cutter’s Guide 2019: Save Money and Enjoy Trouble-Free Streaming

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Why be stuck to an inflexible cable TV subscription where you only choose “packages” and not individual stations? Who says we can’t we enjoy media for a fraction of the cost? The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) reported that the average cost of cable TV per month is around  $64.41. However, this may vary depending on some factors like your cable … Read More

Having Xfinity Internet Problems? See Symptoms, Causes, and Cure

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Comcast is a US cable giant and a global media and tech company. Xfinity by Comcast offers internet services through wired and wireless networks. And like any other internet provider, there are problems that can make the connection slow or uneven at times. If you’re having Xfinity internet problems, it could be a problem with your modem or a general … Read More

How to Combine 3 Internet Connections at Once

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If you’re thinking of combining 3 Internet connections simultaneously, it’s probably because you need more bandwidth or a more stable Internet connection. Before we created Speedify, there was no easy way to do this. Now, all you need are three or more Internet connections from different upstream networks. Then, using Speedify, you can bond them together into one super fast … Read More