We’ve all seen advertisements for WiFi boosters. They’re everywhere. And if you’re like me – and most other people – you’re probably thinking about buying one. Why? Because you have at least one or two dead zones in your house. You know, those random spots where you can’t get a WiFi connection no matter how hard you try?
Those dead zones are almost always in the spots I love to work, game or watch movies, like the corner of the office or the middle of the living room. A WiFi booster can help bring these dead zones back to life.
And with a WiFi booster, you don’t have to worry about buffering when watching Netflix or using another streaming service. If you have a TV antenna, you probably have at least one streaming service. A booster will ensure that you have fewer interruptions when watching TV or movies.
WiFi Surge promises to give you blazing fast WiFi in every corner of your home. But does it really work? The WiFi Surge reviews I’ve read weren’t too promising. I’m going to tell you more about this product and explain why I think Super Boost WiFi is a better booster.
WiFi Surge is supposedly made with military-grade technology, although I’m not really sure what that means in terms of performance. I imagine this means that the device is durable and made with advanced technology.
The plug-and-play aspect of this booster is great. It automatically connects to your existing WiFi network. It’s easy to use, and it’s compatible with every Internet service provider (ISP) in the United States. Just plug it in, and you’re good to go. It will connect straight to your network (without having to go through extra steps), and start boosting your signal.
The company says that you’ll be able to stream HD movies, YouTube, Netflix, Skype and FaceTime without long loading times. We all know how frustrating it is to have to wait for buffering while you’re watching a movie. Not having to sit through loading and buffering makes life – and movie-watching – so much better.
Here’s what WiFi Surge can do for you:
It takes just minutes to install, and it works with any device and any Internet service provider.
Here’s the deal: WiFi Surge claims that they can get rid of “dead spots” in your home while boosting your speeds. That’s why some people call it the WiFi Surge Extender – it boosts your speeds while expanding your coverage.
One thing I will say: WiFi Surge is cheaper than paying for a new router and spending more each month for faster Internet speeds. You can easily spend $30 or more extra per month just to boost your Internet speed.
With WiFi Surge, you won’t pay a dime more for faster Internet speeds. Internet service providers make enough money. You don’t have to give them any more of your hard-earned cash.
Also, there’s no need to deal with messy wires. The booster connects wirelessly and automatically to your current signal. You literally plug it into an outlet, and it works to expand your signal’s range while increasing speeds.
You won’t have to pay your Internet provider any extra money for this increased coverage or higher speed.
I do like that WiFi Surge covers 1,000 square feet of space. If you have two floors, two of these should cover most – if not all – of your home. If you have a single-story house, you may only need one of these boosters to cover the dead zones in your home.
All in all, this booster looks and works like many other boosters on the market. It should, theoretically, get rid of dead zones in your house and boost speeds at least a little bit. Don’t expect miracles, but you should see at least a little bit of a speed boost.
Wondering which stores sell WiFi Surge? The answer is none.
You can only buy this product from the official website. This is not the WiFi Surge Repeater that you see on Amazon. In fact, you can’t even buy WiFi Surge on Amazon.
That may not necessarily be a deal-breaker for you, but you may not get free shipping with this product (free shipping only applies to orders of $50 or more). You may meet the free shipping requirement if you’re buying more than one booster.
WiFi Surge isn’t always in stock either. If the official site is sold out, you have no other option when ordering this product.
WiFi Surge sounds great on paper. It really does. But the company just doesn’t provide enough information about their product for me to feel comfortable recommending it over other boosters that I’ve reviewed.
You do get a 60-day money back guarantee with the WiFi Surge Booster, so that’s a bonus. I haven’t found too many WiFi Surge Extender reviews online apart from the ones on their website.
As far as customer service goes, WiFi Surge does have a telephone number and an email address you can use to contact them. They claim to respond to emails within a one to two business days, but that’s not always the case. They don’t have a physical store. You can only contact them online.
That’s not a huge deal, but it’s still something to consider. Essentially, they don’t have a physical presence – just an online one.
In my opinion, Super Boost WiFi is still the best option. It’s just as easy to setup, and the device has a proven history of positive reviews. People say that it actually does eliminate dead zones and improves weak signals.
I don’t know about you, but I’d rather go with a product that I knew had a proven track record of success. Plus, you get free shipping with Super Boost WiFi and a discount.
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