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How SKY Fiber WiFi Mesh helps make online learning hassle-free

Get internet speed of up to 200Mbps and zero dead zones  
How SKY Fiber WiFi Mesh helps make online learning hassle-free

Reliable internet connection at home is very important these days as students, teachers, and parents go online for distance education. The use of WiFi Mesh evenly distributes the network’s signal so that all corners of large homes receive WiFi coverage.

With SKY Fiber’s Super Speed plans, subscribers can improve their online experience with the free WiFi Mesh device. The number of mesh units included will depend on the chosen plan.

Here’s how the WiFi Mesh can help with the stress of managing online schooling:

1.   Children can have class in any comfortable or quiet space at home 
Distractions and noise at home are inevitable, but a comfortable and quiet workspace is crucial for students’ focus. Unfortunately, students will sometimes choose an area with better internet signal while having class or doing school work instead of a quiet place, just so they can avoid getting disconnected.

Having a WiFi Mesh set up can remedy this because dead zones around the house can be eliminated. Kids will be able to move around and have class in their rooms or a private corner in the living room, whichever is best for their learning!

2.   All members at home can easily work at the same time
When several users are connected to the WiFi, it can spell trouble because devices are competing for the internet connection. Using the WiFi Mesh, it evenly distributes the signal so that parents and kids can all efficiently use the internet in different parts of the house. It also has control features that allow family members to set speed limits for the devices connected.

3.   Parents can better facilitate the online learning of young kids  
Children entering pre-school are also not spared in this online school set-up. Parents may want to manage their kids’ internet usage by using the WiFi Mesh (particularly the model that is available in Metro Manila & Luzon), which has a WiFi Scheduler that allows you to set a time when to turn the WiFi on or off. You can also set which devices cannot be connected to the internet plus other useful features.

If you’re looking to level-up your internet connection at home, visit mysky.com.ph/skyfiber. New subscribers can choose from a variety of SKY Fiber’s Super Speed plans with free WiFi Mesh number of mesh units included will depend on the chosen plan). Existing subscribers are also welcome to purchase WiFi Mesh units on top of their plans for only P1,900 per unit.

SKY Fiber’s Super Speed plans are available up to 200Mbps for those residing in Metro Manila, Bulacan, Rizal, Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Cebu, Dumaguete, Bacolod, Iloilo, and Davao. Those in GenSan and Zamboanga can get plans with up to 120Mbps, while those in Baguio can get plans with up to 80Mbps.

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