4 Things to Know When You’re Buying Internet
Buying Internet for your home can be difficult. There are a lot of factors, and let’s be honest, a lot of technical jargon. What exactly does megabits per second or download speed even mean? And what is the difference between copper and fiber?
We won’t get into all the details here, but we will walk you through the really important stuff.
Discover what options are available at your address. You’ll likely have a choice from DSL (internet through a telephone line), internet through your cable provider, internet from a satellite provider, or fiber-optic internet.
What speed do you need? Working out what speed you and your family need when buying internet is the most important step to take. You need to know what bandwidth is and how much you need to make sure your internet can keep up. This bandwidth calculator provides a custom speed recommendation based on your WIFI usage.
Compare providers. Find out what internet providers offer services in your area. What bundles or options does each provider offer? Are there any promotions that offer better internet service for less money for a certain amount of time? What is the customer service like with each provider?
Are there any hidden costs? There may be hidden costs to take into account when buying internet services. You might have to buy or rent a router or modem from the provider. There might be data caps that slow your internet down once you’ve used your monthly quota. Will your monthly bill double or triple after your introductory offer ends?
Pro Tip: With Norvado you won’t see any hidden fees or data caps, what you see is what you get. Learn more at www.norvado.com/internet.
There you have it, the most important things to consider when signing up for internet service. For more information on all things internet and WIFI, visit www.norvadosupport.com.
Changes to Norvado Email Service
Effective March 1st, 2022, Norvado will no longer sell new email addresses to customers. However, we will continue to maintain and support existing email addresses. Going forward several changes will be made…
What are Capital Credits?
Capital credits represent each member’s ownership of the cooperative. They are the margins credited (or allocated) to the members of the cooperative based on their purchases from the cooperative during the previous…
Affordable Connectivity Program
Norvado is working to help build awareness about the Affordable Connectivity Program, a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) program. The new long-term benefit will help to lower the cost of broadband service for…
Let the adventures begin.
Play where you live. Sounds like a plan to us. Put together the perfect package that works for you.