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What is Spectrum Home WiFi?

Charter Spectrum Home WiFi
Would you like a wireless connection that delivers reliable speed? That’s exactly what my Spectrum WiFi delivers with the Spectrum Home WiFi option. It lets you connect to the high-speed Internet using a high-performance WiFi router.Let’s dig a little deeper into how it all works.

Spectrum Home WiFi

This in-home WiFi is for those who don’t want to deal with the hassle of managing their own router. Using fast Internet combined with high-performance WiFi technology, Charter promises to offer the best in-home WiFi experience.

This service is available to new and current customers wishing to use the latest technology but at convenience. You get to surf the web, work, or play games in any room. It’s ideal for homes with multiple devices. It connects your PC, smartphone, tablet, and other WiFi-enabled devices.

This is what you get with Home WiFi:

  • 24/7 customer support, setup services, testing of equipment
  • Wired connection for up to 5 computers
  • Wireless access for netbooks, tablets, smartphones, and other WiFi-enabled devices
  • UNIX, Windows, and Macintosh compatibility

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How Much Does my Spectrum WiFi will cost me?

Wondering how much the home WiFi costs? Before we talk about that, it’s important to find out how you can avail of this service.
To subscribe to this home WiFi, you must also have a subscription to one of the Internet plans, first. Charter offers download speed up to 940 Mbps in 28 states. 11 states receive up to 400 Mbps whereas 2 states receive up to 500 Mbps. These are your options in Internet plans:
Plan Speed
Spectrum Internet Up to 200 Mbps
Spectrum Internet Ultra Up to 400 Mbps
Spectrum Internet Gig Up to 940 Mbps

You will be charged a one-time service activation fee and a monthly fee for Spectrum Home WiFi service. A standard installation fee will be charged during the service visit. Here’s the breakdown of the cost:

Services Charges
Home WiFi Charges $5 per month
One-time activation fee $9.99
Standard installation fee $49.99

With Spectrum Home WiFi Comes a Router

If you are subscribing to home WiFi, you will need a Charter WiFi router. It’s the heart of the home network to start using fast Internet speed.

Some people question why they need to buy Spectrum Home WiFi on top of the Internet plan. WiFi signals are transmitted by a router whereas a modem simply connects your home to a local cable system. A free modem is already included in their internet plan; you will need a router separately. The router will connect to your modem for creating a home WiFi network.

For a minor monthly fee, the company provides its subscribers a pre-configured WiFi router. You can also bring your own router or buy one yourself. But, you have to be sure they are Spectrum compatible modems and routers. If your equipment is outdated, you will have to replace it.

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Why Use Spectrum Approved Router?

Wondering why it’s preferable to use Spectrum-approved equipment? You will get your answer here. Charter routers utilize high-powered radios to provide a better range. They also feature the dual-band concurrent operation to let users take advantage of the 5.0GHz frequency band. At the same time, it operates a network on the 2.4GHz band to ensure older devices can still connect. It’s cool that this provider takes care of all its customers.

The company is also the only Internet service provider that’s offering dual-band concurrent WiFi solutions to users. Its routers can deliver up to 30 Mbps even if the user is 120 feet away from the device. This is lab tested! That means in-home WiFi customers will enjoy high-speed connectivity throughout the time.

Advantages of a Home WiFi Network

Home WiFi is great for most Internet activities. These are some advantages of having wireless Internet:

  • Convenience

It lets you connect multiple devices at once without using cords.

  • More Compatibility

Wired Internet is not compatible with tablets and smartphones. But a wireless network is. You can easily connect various WiFi-enabled devices with your home network.

  • Wider Range

A wireless network can extend its signals up to 2,500 square feet area. You can also use a WiFi extender to boost the signal strength and range for wider connectivity.

When to Choose In-Home WiFi over Wired Connection?

Wired Internet connections are suitable for gaming consoles, desktop PCs, and smart TVs. These devices require higher bandwidth and uninterrupted connectivity. Also, they are stationary devices for which a wired connection is much convenient.

Wireless connection is preferred when you are looking for mobility and convenience. Fortunately, WiFi networks also offer high-speed Internet and reliability, which is why lots of users are switching to this service.

About Charter Spectrum

It is a cable service provider offering home phones, cable TV, and broadband Internet to users in the United States. It was founded in 1993, headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut. Today, it has grown into the 4th largest cable provider in the country facilitating more than 28 million residential and business customers in 41 states.

The company first emerged in 2014, marketing its services under the name “Charter.” After the acquisition of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks, a new brand name “Spectrum” emerged.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does Spectrum Internet include WiFi?

No, you have to subscribe to WiFi separately.

How do I upgrade my Spectrum WiFi?

For further assistance, contact 1-866-200-7855 and get in touch with an agent.

What is the best router to use with Spectrum Internet?

Motorola MG7550 remains the best router. Check the complete list of compatible devices here.

Do I have to pay extra for my Spectrum WiFi service?

Yes, a $5 monthly fee is charged.

Where is the WiFi password on the Spectrum box?

If you haven’t changed the default network name or password, you will find it on the label on the bottom of your router/gateway.

The above prices and details are accurate at the time of this writing. Prices are subject to change at any time by the provider.

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