There are two major providers in Arizona. Cox and CenturyLink. Cox is a Coaxial provider, and provides Internet connectivity up to 1 gigabit over the lines you get cable on. CenturyLink is a DSL and Fiber provider. Verizon, T-Mobile, ATT and similar can provide home internet via cellular signal, similar to the internet you get […]
In today’s market, you can choose from a plethora of services provided by the technological sector. Cox, Asurion, US Tech Support (not us!), and Geek Squad are all examples of consumer services. Then there are the Managed Service Providers, which vary greatly. Then you have us. The big question is, “What is the difference?” Just
When comparing Centurylink to Cox, I have always recommended Cox over Centurylink, unless Fiber is available.Well folks, Fiber has rolled around in my area and the switch has been made. I’ve gotta admit, it’s pretty sweet. With Cox internet, without unlimited data we were paying well over $100/month to get 940mbps download and around 40mbps
I’ve always been a fan of Cox over CenturyLink. The only time I tend to recommend CL is if they have fiber. 99 percent of the complaints I see with internet are not the provider, but rather using crappy in home equipment. Don’t use the ISP equipment. Ubiquiti is my choice. I see too many
You think your Netgear or Linksys router and wifi can keep up? Experience the Ubiquiti difference. One of my clients is rocking a single AP with 40 clients on it and not even a blip. Another with 4 kids is pushing 4+tb! Try it for yourself at https://myaz.tech/network
If you’re not a computer tech, techie or have a legitimate service taking care of your technology, chances are you have at least one thing that’s being done wrong, inefficiently or is insecure and open to attack. In a way, this is meant to scare you. Loss of important data can be heartwrenching and stressful.
PERSONAL EXPERIENCE After hours and hours of playing around with my Home Router (which is a mid level router supposed to handle speeds of 300 Mbps [see the misconceptions here] as the package says) I was only able to get around 70 of the 300 I was paying for while wired in, and only about