5 tips to bring your home’s Wi-Fi ‘dead zones’ to life

StatePoint MediaThe reality is that there are certain locations in many homes where Internet-connected devices and smartphones are unable to receive a steady Wi-Fi. ■ StatePoint Media / Contributed Whether it’s to stream a movie from the bedroom or lock the front door using smart home technology, you’ve likely come to expect Wi-Fi to reach every corner of your house. The reality is that there are certain locations in many homes where Internet-connected devices and smartphones are unable to receive a steady Wi-Fi signal (or any signal at all) from the router. These sad places are called “dead zones.” “Dead zones typically include bathrooms, second and third story bedrooms, attics, basements,

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