If you’re reading this from a computer or device connected to your home wifi connection, chances are you’re being ripped off but don’t worry because Super Boost is here! Rick Bennett, 52, was frustrated. He had just convinced his boss to let him work from home, a dream he’d had for many years and was looking forward to the comfortable working environment. But his comfort was to be short-lived. He tried to retrieve his email, but each message seemed to take forever. The email program actually got stuck and he had to restart it several times just to get the mail. This was totally unacceptable. He had a three bedroom home and everywhere he went the internet speed just seemed to get slower. His cable provider was worthless. He spent close to an hour on the phone, and they gave him a “window” for when a technician could come look at it. From 8am to 6pm he’d have to sit around and wait. And the appointment was in two weeks, unacceptable wait!
The technician, Barry (name changed to protect his identity we know his employer is going to want to know who spilled the beans), came out and “fixed” Rick’s internet, pulling it back up to acceptable speeds. He seemed like a relaxed and friendly guy, so Rick offered him a beer.
“I really shouldn’t accept a beer on the job man,” Barry said as he took the glass. The more Rick and Barry talked, the friendlier they got. And when Rick told him that he was working from home, Barry told him he was just going to have to deal with the same problem again in a few weeks. Rick couldn’t believe what he was hearing.
“They give you the speeds you asked for,” Barry said,
“But then they supply you with a crummy cheap router that is the lowest quality they can find for their budget. It has poor antennas and very short range.”
“How can they do that?” Rick asked.
“Aren’t I paying for top speed?”
“Yeah, man. But the range of a router is limited, especially the cheap one that works with their system. They love when people don’t get good connections. They know you won’t be happy. It’s all so you buy the next ‘upgrade’ in their package.”
Furious, but not surprised, Rick told Barry that he might as well not even fix it. That he’d be changing providers immediately.
“It’s not gonna help,” Barry said.
“They all do it. All the ISPs. If they all do it, they can all get customers that want to ‘upgrade.’ It’s all about profits. It’s ‘The Man,’ man.” Exasperated, Rick fell back in his chair.
“Is there anything I can do?” He asked, defeated. Barry finished his beer with a satisfied gulp and went out to his truck, returning with a small white device. He plugged it in the wall and dusted off his hands with a satisfied smirk on his face.
“You didn’t get this from me, man,” he said.
“It’s a Super Boost wifi. It picks up the wifi signal from your router and blasts it across the house. Trust me, man, you’re not gonna have any trouble with bad connections and slow speeds anymore.”
Rick thanked Barry for the amazing gift. Barry only had one thing to say: “Thanks for the beer, man.”
Curious about this Super Boost wifi, we decided to do some research of our own.
Turns out it’s an extremely useful product that extends the range of your wifi while keeping speeds to the maximum, and all you have to do is plug it into the wall. It extends the range of your routers to everywhere in the house, even on top floors and basements. And the external antennas allow for better, more consistent performance. It’s great for multi-story homes if your wifi connection isn’t as strong as you’d like it to be. The connection even extends into the backyard and beyond. And the best part? It works with any wifi router. So no matter what you already have, it can boost it. You can create two wifi modes, one to boost the existing connection or a new one to use as an access point. And it has an Ethernet port so you can connect your wired devices, like a smart tv. Plus, it protects who has access to it, just like your current router.
It really worked, the wifi was strong and flying fast!
We plugged it in, in 5 minutes everyone was online:
- Netflix was fast. Top resolution
- E-bay worked great even in the basement
- Everyone connected. No lags, no dead spots
How exactly does this revolutionary invention called Super Boost work?
Most households are equipped with a router. It converts the Internet from the cable into short waves that everybody knows as wireless LAN. The wifi amplifier Jason L. invented amplifies the signal from the router so much that reception problems are gone forever. At the same time, the device blocks the forwarding of consumption data and thus makes speed reduction impossible. Basically, all you have to do is plug the device into the wall socket. The connection to the router is very easy so that even older people can benefit from this awesome invention.
We decided to put the Super Boost to the test to see if our Internet connection would improve as claimed. Since our smoking colleagues constantly complained that there was no wifi in the smoking area, we wanted to test the device for one week and see how it would perform.
In expert magazines, there is the talk of Super Boost gives the best reception after a few seconds. Indeed, our colleagues reported that they not only had wifi in the smoking room it was also just as strong as in the office. After just the first day, we all agreed that we wouldn’t remove the Super Boost device after 7 days as we had planned but we would leave it plugged in permanently. It’s really impressive what the device can do. We think that this product is exactly what many people are looking for. The installation couldn’t be easier simply plug and play.
Super Boost Review - Does It Really Work?
It’s a Super Boost wifi. It picks up the wifi signal from your router and blasts it across the house. Trust me, man, you’re not gonna have any trouble with bad connections and slow speeds anymore.
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