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INTERNET & WIFI SETUP

CREATING A WIRELESS INTERNET CONNECTION EVERYWHERE IN YOUR HOME OR WORKPLACE

WANT TO NETWORK YOUR DEVICES AND SHARE YOUR FILES AND PRINTERS

Want to work wirelessly from the garden or office on your laptop or tablet? Don’t have a clue about setting up a wireless network? Don’t struggle calling support centres or your broadband supplier, we come to your home or workplace to setup your wireless connection. This includes the configuration of a wireless router and the connection of a computer, tablet or smartphone.

YOUR SETUP OPTIONS

INTERNET & WIFI SETUP £65.00*

BRING-IN 

Sorry but this service is not available to bring-in, please choose our on-site service instead.

PICK-UP

Sorry but this service is not available to pick-up, please choose our on-site service instead.

ON-SITE - £65.00*

We will come to you and carry out the service for a fixed cost at your home or workplace.

YOUR WIRELESS SET UP

We will visit your home or workplace and install a wireless router, configure the settings, username and password, SSID and encryption. We will also give you advice on what to do if you ever lose your internet connection and give you advise on how to get the best signal strength all around your home or workplace by using powerline adapters, extenders or repeaters

SERVICE BREAKDOWN

COMPREHENSIVE INTERNET & WIFI SETUP

Router configuration and installation

Secure your network

Enable devices to share internet, files and printers

 

 

 

LET'S GET YOUR INTERNET & WIFI SET UP!

QUESTIONS?

You will need a wireless modem router, these are normally supplied by your Internet Service Provider (ISP). Your computer will also require an internal or external wireless network adapter. Most laptops, tablets and smartphones are wireless ready, but if you are thinking of using a desktop computer you may require an additional wireless adapter.

Wireless isn’t normally affected by the weather, small amounts of rain, wind, or snow shouldn't impact the speed of any internet connection. Large storms, however, can be cause for concern. High winds can knock out power lines, while extreme cold can cause ground heaves, which may break or tear existing copper lines.