Wave Broadband July 22, 2021

WiFi for any
home no matter
the size



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Finally, WiFi that blankets every corner of your home.

One lightbulb can’t light every room in your home; and a single router can’t be expected to deliver wireless home internet to every corner. That’s why you need Wave’s Enhanced Whole Home WiFi — powered by eero. It uses multiple access points and TrueMesh technology to replace your router and help you stream, work, and play from every room in your home.

The secret is in the mesh.

From day one, eero TrueMesh technology adapts to your usage and needs to maximize your connection. So you can get a reliable network throughout your home and outdoor space.

Security & Protection

You don’t need to lift a finger. eero updates its security protocols automatically to protect your network from the latest threats.

eero


For homes running internet speeds under 500Mbps.

eero Pro 6


Enhanced speed throughput for homes
running speeds of 500Mbps or higher!

Safeguard your wireless network

When was the last time you logged into your router to update your security? Not on your radar, right? Fortunately, eero protects your wireless network with advanced encryption and security protocols that update automatically, so you can rest easy.

Shape or size doesn’t matter

No matter if it’s an apartment, a townhome or a single family home, Wave’s enhanced Whole Home WiFi works no matter the shape or size. Customize or expand your WiFi by adding as many eeros as you need.

The Richters – Apartment

“We live in a nineteenth-century schoolhouse building with massive brick walls. We’re now able to use wireless speakers in the kitchen and stream 4K movies and TV shows in our bedroom.”

The Rankins – Single Family Home

“Setting up our eeros was a breeze thanks to the plug-and-play installation. The whole experience was life changing compared to other routers we’ve used, which entailed detective work and troubleshooting just to get up and running.”

WiFi so good, it practically sets itself up

With the eero app, you have complete control in the palm of your hand, not hidden in a black box.

See your speeds and connected devices, and check their data usage — all in real time.

Set schedules, create profiles for devices or just shut the whole thing down if you want to go off grid.

Grant access to friends and family or share your WiFi with out-of-town guests or your babysitter.

Get system updates, security patches and more automatically. There’s nothing you need to do.

Optimize Your WiFi

We want to make sure you’re absolutely thrilled with your high speed internet service, and a big part of that is maximizing your network’s performance. Many factors influence your home’s internet speeds. With smart home devices and internet browsing, sometimes it gets crowded on your wireless network.

Whole Home WiFi System FAQs

Can’t find what you’re looking for? View all Home WiFi FAQs.

What is WiFi 6?+

WiFi 6 (aka 802.11ax) is the next generation standard in WiFi technology. Now that our homes have more WiFi gadgets, including smart TVs, gaming consoles, and laptops as well as internet-connected thermostats, security cameras, and speakers, Wi-Fi 6 provides increased capacity and top notch performance in environments with many connected devices.

What is mesh WiFi?+

A mesh WiFi network enable multiple routers to work in unison to deliver hyper-fast, super-stable WiFi. Each device in a mesh network connects to the other devices, rather than each device connecting to your Internet Service Provider. Unlike a typical home network which is built around a centralized hub, a mesh network consists of multiple routers communicating with each other. Mesh WiFi networks enable multiple routers to work as a team. When all your routers can communicate and share information with each other, they can improve three important features of your wireless network: range, speed, and stability.

How does mesh WiFi work?+

A mesh WiFi network has a greater range and is much faster and stronger than your normal WiFi network. The range of your mesh network can be extended simply by adding beacons. Each beacon in a mesh network is a device that not only sends and receives data but determines the best path by which to send it. The beacon in a mesh network can automatically reconfigure themselves, using multiple routes to find the most optimal path to the Internet. Shutting down one of the beacons in a mesh network won’t necessarily shut down the entire network, which means the mesh network is much stronger than the centralized architecture of the WiFi in your home today.

What’s the difference between a mesh network vs WiFi extender?+

The main difference between a mesh network and a WiFi extender is that a mesh network is a WiFi system that uses multiple access points to provide your home with fast, reliable coverage all on a single network. Range or WiFi extenders can expand the reach of your existing wireless network. This enables you to access the Internet when you’re not close enough to your router to receive a good signal. While range extenders can be effective in increasing wireless range, they reduce throughput and create performance issues. Range extenders can cut bandwidth in half because they rely on a single wireless radio to both listen for and broadcast data. This results in a slower connection when you’re receiving a WiFi signal from your range extender and can also impact your connection speeds to your router

How do I set up eero?+

To set up eero first download the eero app and create an account. Next, select your home-type to help guide eero placement. Then, follow the instructions to place eeros throughout your home. Finally, Connect devices to your new eero network.

How much does eero cost per month?+

eero costs start at $9.95 per month or $99 per year and includes 1 eero Pro and 1 eero Beacon. Modem service from Wave is also required, which regularly costs $16.00 per month. Additional eero Beacons are also available for $5.00 per month each.

Learn more about eero

What is mesh WiFi?+

A mesh WiFi network enable multiple routers to work in unison to deliver hyper-fast, super-stable WiFi. Each device in a mesh network connects to the other devices, rather than each device connecting to your Internet Service Provider. Unlike a typical home network which is built around a centralized hub, a mesh network consists of multiple routers communicating with each other. Mesh WiFi networks enable multiple routers to work as a team. When all your routers can communicate and share information with each other, they can improve three important features of your wireless network: range, speed, and stability.

How does mesh WiFi work?+

A mesh WiFi network has a greater range and is much faster and stronger than your normal WiFi network. The range of your mesh network can be extended simply by adding beacons. Each beacon in a mesh network is a device that not only sends and receives data but determines the best path by which to send it. The beacon in a mesh network can automatically reconfigure themselves, using multiple routes to find the most optimal path to the Internet. Shutting down one of the beacons in a mesh network won’t necessarily shut down the entire network, which means the mesh network is much stronger than the centralized architecture of the WiFi in your home today.

What’s the difference between a mesh network vs WiFi extender?+

The main difference between a mesh network and a WiFi extender is that a mesh network is a WiFi system that uses multiple access points to provide your home with fast, reliable coverage all on a single network. Range or WiFi extenders can expand the reach of your existing wireless network. This enables you to access the Internet when you’re not close enough to your router to receive a good signal. While range extenders can be effective in increasing wireless range, they reduce throughput and create performance issues. Range extenders can cut bandwidth in half because they rely on a single wireless radio to both listen for and broadcast data. This results in a slower connection when you’re receiving a WiFi signal from your range extender and can also impact your connection speeds to your router

How do I set up eero?+

To set up eero first download the eero app and create an account. Next, select your home-type to help guide eero placement. Then, follow the instructions to place eeros throughout your home. Finally, Connect devices to your new eero network.

How much does eero cost per month?+

eero costs start at $9.95 per month or $99 per year and includes 1 eero Pro and 1 eero Beacon. Modem service from Wave is also required, which regularly costs $16.00 per month. Additional eero Beacons are also available for $5.00 per month each.

Learn more about eero

*Internet download speeds may vary and are not guaranteed. Observed speeds may vary based on device connection & other factors outside of Wave’s control. If a data outlet is needed, an additional outlet fee may apply in addition to applicable installation fees. Actual speeds may vary; stated speeds are up to subscribed to/stated speed and are not guaranteed. The actual range and reliability of a wireless network is affected by a number of factors. Downstream data speed may be affected by whether the data accessed is cached or non-cached; Internet-related factors, such as the location and configuration of each accessed server; internal network factors, including customer compliance with Wave usage policies set forth in the acceptable usage policy; the level of overall traffic; and the customer’s computer configuration. Wave’s FCC Network Management Disclosure makes available information regarding our network management practices and the performance and commercial terms of our Internet access services to enable you to make informed choices regarding the purchase and use of our services, in accordance with Part 8 of the Rules of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

Restrictions apply. Installation not included. Enhanced Whole Home WiFi regularly $9.95/month and includes 1 eero Pro and 1 Beacon. Modem Service from Wave also required, regularly $16/month. Additional Beacons available for $5.00/month each. For more info visit gowave.com or call. All names, logos, images and service marks are property of their respective owners. ©2021 Wave Broadband, LLC. All rights reserved.