How Can You Work From Home When Your Internet Sucks?

Updated: May 25

And why you shouldn't settle for less with ADSL or Satellite.

The global pandemic has caused a change in many aspects of life.

For your child, it may be the switch to remote learning — For you, it might be working from home instead of at the office.

Now there's nothing wrong with these changes, but what do they both have in common?

They both need a Reliable Internet Connection to end -

* The frustration of having to wait for videos to load.

* Getting bottlenecked wi-fi because more than one person is on it.

* Or even having the internet cut out at times due to its unreliability.

Now imagine these problems as well as daily zoom meetings for work and school.

Sounds like a recipe for disaster.

Luckily there is a solution for all issues, but more on that later.

Currently, the issue lies with the way you get your connection.

At the moment for a lot of people the 2 main methods available are ADSL and Satellite.


ADSL runs on old copper lines that have been in use since the infrastructure to get internet to your town was put in place.

However, as content demands more speed and reliability due to its size and detail; it is a struggle to get anything consistent for most people.


Internet coming from a satellite requires many steps.