Edward found a job in Vancouver, Washington. The two-hour drive from his house in Tacoma, Washington was getting tedious. So, he bought a townhouse in Camas, Washington -- a second home for the weekdays. With two mortgages now, he was not eager to spend more money on a second Internet connection for the townhouse. Instead, he implemented the "Free Home Internet" system in my e-guide and eliminated the $60 per month bill.
Curtis' son was off to community college. College housing charged extra for Internet. Curtis implemented the Free Home Interent in my e-guide for his son and eliminated the extra Internet fee.
Senior citizen Wayne lived close enough to a public library with free Internet that he could connect his laptop to the library's free WiFi -- sometimes. The signal was not very good. With the "Free Home Internet" system described in my e-guide he improved the WiFi signal for his laptop and other devices.
These -- and more -- are real examples in my e-guide called "Free Home Internet".
In my e-guide I explain an inexpensive, innovative way to use WiFi as your ISP (Internet Service Provider). In technical terms, you are using WiFi as WAN (Wide Area Network).
Comcast xfinity customers have a built-in advantage for this innovation and may want to take a special interest.
The same innovative method for free Internet at home can also be applied to RVs and boats for several benefits:
If you want to jump right in and expand your thinking for only $13, here's the button to buy the e-guide right now. The guide comes in a downloadable PDF file.
When I provide direct, hands-on help to customers, I charge about $100 per hour through my networking help website.
Like many others, you probably have questions. That's why I have an extensive FAQ below.
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Your Internet can go down. Have something ready to go. Phone data can be costly!
Apply same concept, devices to RVs and boats
No theory! Actual examples!
A: I do not encourage -- nor do I show you how to gain -- unauthorized access. If you are authorized to use the WiFi, then it is legal. I do provide suggestions and examples of authorized access.
Lots of different types of people can benefit, including:
My method does use WiFi, but in significantly different ways that provide additional benfits, including a stronger and more reliable connection for all your devices.
Any of the devices can, and have, worked:
A: Yes. The basic principles are the same everywhere.
A: No way! Descriptions are simple. Terms are clearly defined.
A: Of course! Screen shots of the hardware configuration pages are included to help you do the right thing.
A: Nope. No cellular involved.
A: No. Hardware prices range from $40-80. This hardware cost would be a one-time investment and is about the same cost as a cable modem.
A: "Free Home Internet" is in a PDF.
A: Think value. If you came to me for consulting advice, I would be billing you $100 per hour. You are getting the same advice for $13 that will accelerate your thinking. The people I've helped set up this arrangement have paid much more than $13.
A: You bet! All hardware has been personally used.
A: Yes. Pictures of actual hardware installation are included.
A: You can read this guide in 15-35 minutes. What you gain in this short time can save you hundreds of dollars.
A: Once you have the hardware, about 30 minutes. Once you understand how it works, re-connecting is easy.
A: Yes. The equipment is small and can be easily implemented in an RV or a boat. In fact, it is often a better solution for an RV or a boat than simply using a USB WiFi adapter. With one more piece of equipment, you can create better WiFi in your RV or boat! There is a special section in the guide for RV setup (which also applies to a boat).
A: Yes they are. As an IT consultant in Seattle I've helped others implement what is described in my guide. Examples include how a home cable Internet account was used for temporary Internet in an office; how a cooperative neighbor provided free backup Internet; how an existing cable subscriber implemented free Internet in his second home.
A: I did -- Bruce Miller. I'm a Seattle IT consultant and technology writer. Check out my home network. I spent 14 years as an IT Manager for a national trade association based in Times Square, New York. I've been writing about technology since the mid 1980's. I was using wireless Internet BEFORE there was WiFi. Click this link to read about this early wireless Internet.
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