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    17 January 2022

    Vodacom

    What’s so super about Super WiFi?

    Everything you need to know about setting up and using Super WiFi. 

    There has never been a time where we have needed connectivity more. Your home needs to be connected, but we know that certain homes have challenges with black-out spots or limited coverage in particular areas. A ‘dead spot’ is an area within your house or apartment where wireless devices are unable to connect to the WiFi network due to limited or no WiFi coverage from the router/gateway. 

    What causes WiFi ‘dead spots’?

    • Materials used in the construction of the home (single/double brick walls, concrete flooring)
    • Design and size of the home (double/triple storey/m²)
    • Interference (microwaves)
    • Distance of the connecting devices to the router/gateway
    • Connection type (Ethernet cable or WiFi) 

    Vodacom has Super WiFi to help ensure everyone can stay connected. The Super WiFi ensures fast, reliable coverage to every area of your home. 

    How does it work?

    Small WiFi access points work together with a home broadband router. A smart and dynamic network is created and gives you the best possible connection for your home and connected devices.

    How to set up your Super WiFi

    Adding additional beacons 

    Once the master beacon is set up, you can add up to three beacons. Here’s how to add beacons to extend your connectivity. 

    Adding additional beacons 

    Once the master beacon is set up, you can add up to three beacons. Here’s how to add beacons to extend your connectivity. 

    Find out more about the Vodacom Super WiFi here. 

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