There’s nothing more exhilarating than scoring a discount on something you really want, like that leather jacket you’ve been eyeing or a pair of concert tickets. But how about getting a killer price on something you use to buy that leather jacket online or reserve those concert tickets—you know, your internet? There are a few
In 2016, a study on identity fraud found that roughly 13.1 million Americans were victims of identity theft. That’s the equivalent of every person in Idaho, Wyoming, Washington and Oregon having their identities stolen. That’s an astounding number. So, what can you do to protect yourself?
Remember the days when you avoided calling long-distance relatives, fearing for your phone bill? Or when nights and weekends were the best time to call to avoid excessive charges? Or when you were tethered by a phone cord while you talked? Telephony has changed a lot since those days, and in more ways than just
We get you — your internet services are essential to your life, and you can’t waste time worrying about your signal and speed. You trust that each time you log on that you can navigate websites with a smooth, consistent connection. Your family depends on that signal, for your daughter’s SnapChat and Instagram, your Pinterest
We can’t quite remember what we did before the internet. It seems that work used to be done by professionals pre-internet, but these days, we use the world wide web to accomplish almost everything. When your internet goes down at your home or your office, work virtually comes to a halt.
A question we hear often is: why is business internet service “marked up” higher than residential services? Business owners, understandably, want to know why they pay more for internet service than their residential counterparts. The short answer: we’re comparing apples and oranges. Residential and business internet, though they may seem the same to the end
There’s nothing more frustrating than slow home internet, especially when you’re trying to snuggle up and watch your favorite Netflix show or trying to get some work done. But internet—as you’ve probably noticed—can get downright expensive, especially when you’re trying to increase the speed. Is there a happy medium where your shows don’t buffer for
Internet access is pivotal in this day and age, as most of our devices at home and on-the-go require access for us to get things done.
You have high standards for your business: you require everything you do to meet your expectations of excellence. From customer service to the products and solutions you provide, you’re consistently aiming high. The tools you use to get the job done should do the same thing, and none more so than your business internet service.
One of the hardest parts of choosing your home internet service is balancing your budget with your needs. And in the world of internet, it can be difficult to understand what you’re looking at. Am I getting a good deal? Do I need faster internet? How many Megabits per second do I need? What’s a
Veterans Day is a day for America to honor those who have served in every branch of the military. It originally started as Armistice Day in 1919 by President Wilson, to honor those in World War 1 when the fighting stopped on November 11, on the 11th hour. President Wilson commemorated the day with these