Nothing in Mississippi is faster than C Spire Fiber’s gigabit internet. Ask anyone of the thousands of customers, and they’ll be sure to tell you so. But if you’re like most folks, a growing percentage of your data usage comes on wirelessly connected devices via your in-home WiFi. And as we’ve covered previously, as soon as you are on WiFi, you can expect your Internet speeds to drop significantly.
In this article, we take a look at a few tips you can implement to ensure you’re getting the absolute best out of your amazing C Spire Fiber Gigabit Internet connection when using WiFi.
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For many, smartphones have become an increasingly important entertainment device. In fact, the number of Americans watching videos on their smartphone jumped some 39% in just two years from 2013 to 2015. And while your C SPire Fiber to the Home Internet connection delivers close to 1 Gigabit / second upload and download speeds to your home, it’s important to remember that once you connect using your home WiFi, your speeds are going to drop.
In this post we take a closer look some of the most popular smartphones like the iPhone 6s and the Samsung Galaxy S7 and we show what speeds you can expect when using your phone on your home WiFi.
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We recently published a support article that includes guidance about the Wi-Fi speeds you can expect with C Spire Fiber to the Home Internet service. The article contains a lot of detailed information to help you determine whether you’re getting the fastest possible performance with your particular devices, or if you need to consider changing something in your environment or upgrading your device to get the WiFi speed you want.
WiFi speeds to expect with C Spire Fiber to the Home
Speed estimates were determined for what we call ‘real world’ conditions taking into account things like:
- The number of wireless devices connected to your network
- The quantity and quality of the content being downloaded or uploaded
- The distance between the device and the access point
- Device characteristics, such as the 802.11 version
In all, we’ve outlined the maximum expected speed for devices such as:
- Android Phones
- Android Tablets
- iPhone Devices
- iPad Devices
- MAC OS Computers & Laptops
- Windows Computers & Laptops
Check out the help article for full details.