Also note that other Wi-Fi networks near your home can impact your Wi-Fi signal and speed.
The speed you get on hardwired computers is different than the speed of your Wi-Fi. Your hardwired computer is connected directly to your network. The Wi-Fi signal travels through the air to reach your devices. That’s why it’s affected by walls and other signals.
Go to speedtest.frontier.com and take your network for a test run! The speed test will measure the speed delivered to the specific device you are using for the test. We recommend running this speed test from a computer that is wired to the Frontier-supplied router. Using a wireless device will not give you an accurate measure of the speed as it will test the speed of your home Wi-Fi rather than the speed of the network connection.
If you have Fiber Internet service, the speed of your service will likely exceed the capabilities of your mobile devices, even if they are the latest models. The older your mobile device, the more likely you’ll have older Wi-Fi technology that will result in slower Wi-Fi speed results. However, the Fiber Internet service will still support multiple devices at the same time.
If Frontier performed a Wi-Fi health check, the technician evaluated the Wi-Fi strength throughout your home to identify areas that need a Wi-Fi boost. The technician’s recommended solutions can improve your in home Wi-Fi coverage.
Part of a great Wi-Fi experience is staying safe and secure. Frontier Multi-Device Security lets you protect up to 10 devices from online threats such as malware, ransomware, viruses and phishing scams. Your 10 devices can include PC, Mac, Android and iOS devices. At no additional charge, you also get Frontier Secure PWD™, our password manager service.