(NAPSI)—Every year, some 40 million Americans move into a new home. If you’re one of them, two tips can help:
1. Pack a first-night box. When you get to your new home, you won’t want to hunt for must-have items like your toothbrush or device chargers.
2. Be prepared for a digital lifestyle. If you’re like most North Americans, you’ve got at least eight different digital devices in the home. They require a lot of bandwidth, especially when connecting simultaneously. So, for a truly 21st century digital lifestyle, you need seriously fast, reliable Internet to power your connected home.
From online shopping and food delivery to watching TV and staying in touch with friends and family, your Internet and Wi-Fi connections will keep you productive, entertained and informed.
Fortunately, you can get a billion bits of information a second—10 to 100 times faster than conventional Internet—with Gigabit Internet service and whole home Wi-Fi. This lets you enjoy uninterrupted HD or 4K streaming video; high-quality online gaming; 100 percent uptime for smart home thermostats, smoke alarms, doorbells; cloud connectivity; and support for your entire digital household.
It’s available from Internet service providers (ISPs) in most metropolitan areas across America, led by America’s innovative cable companies.
For further facts and tips, visit www.smartmove.us.
“For a 21st century digital lifestyle when you move into a new home, you need Gigabit Internet for your digital devices. It’s offered by Internet service providers (ISPs) in most metropolitan areas, led by America’s cable companies. http://bit.ly/2VxI5pr”
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