Does your Wi-Fi reach all corners of your house?
…or is your family tied to the room where your modem is located?
Modems supplied by Telstra, iiNet/WestNet/TPG, Optus etc. have very poor Wi-Fi capabilities.
They have Wi-Fi strong enough to cover a single room well but are not designed to cover multiple rooms or houses with multiple floors.
Rather than purchasing cheap boosters plugged into power sockets around the house, we recommend adding a powerful Wireless-Router such as a Ubiquiti AmpliFi™ HD (High Density) Mesh Router which gives a Wi-Fi signal up to 500% stronger than standard modems.
Standalone AmpliFi HD Mesh Router (AFI-R) is great for powerful coverage in an average sized space up to 930 square metres.
You can purchase Standalone AmpliFi HD Mesh Router (AFI-R) from us for only $259 each. They just plug into your modem and are simple to install yourself. We also offer an optional installation service for a small fee….. more
Why does our Wi-Fi not reach the upstairs bedrooms?
Wi-Fi signals will not penetrate concrete or thick brick/block walls. The only way to get a Wi-Fi signal to areas behind these walls and floors is as follows:
1. Hard Wire (Ethernet cable) through or around the obstruction to a Wireless Access Point (Electrician required) by Installing Wireless Access Points (WAPs) throughout the house (3 or 4 will normally cover a very large home)
The IT Guys only supply the world’s best WI-FI equipment made by UBIQUITI. Our technicians are qualified and certified UBIQUITI experts and can design a new system or troubleshoot your current system.
For the best and most efficient solution, please call and speak to one of our technicians.
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