Sponsored by Omega WiFi Amp
It’s the most secure way to boost WiFi signals, eliminate dead spots, and speed up the internet… across your entire home.
Category / Lifestyle / Technology
20 October 2022
My day job is providing Tech Support for a startup, so I’m used to people asking for advice.
By FAR the most common question people ask me is:
“Nathan, what can I do about my slow WiFi?”
I get it. Slow WiFi is agonizing when you’re trying to relax and stream a movie. It’s so stressful when you work from home and your off-and-on internet threatens to ruin an important deadline. Or hearing your kids whine that their online game is lagging?
Talk about frustrating.
And then there’s video calls… that frozen screen and glitching audio is an absolute killer!
We’re so reliant on fast internet these days… it’s an important part of everyone’s daily lives. And yet people seem to be having more problems than ever. It got to the point where people were CONSTANTLY asking me about slow internet.
I was so fed up that I set out to find an easy solution for my friends and family… once and for all.
The average person has no idea why their WiFi is slow.
But tech geeks like me know that your router is likely to blame.
I mean, think about it: the US has the 6th fastest internet speed in the world, behind places like Hong Kong and Singapore.1 2
So if the problem isn’t our internet…
Or the cables that supply our internet…
Then what gives?
Well, it turns out that most American routers are cheaply made and rely on outdated technology.
But because routers are so difficult for the average Joe to wrap their heads around… and because it’s super expensive to replace them in the first place… we think the only way to get faster internet is to pay internet providers more for faster internet. But that just isn’t true!
In most cases, routers directly cause frustrating blind spots and WiFi slowdowns.
…and most consumers don’t know that.
So they pay their internet provider to upgrade their plan… for an increased monthly fee.
Or, if they’re technologically savvy, they research routers and drop a couple hundred bucks on a fancy new router.
Like I said, I was spending a lot of my time giving free advice to friends and family members about home internet problems.
In almost every case, the router was to blame… but the solution was always a bit different.
I needed to find a solution for these common questions I kept getting, so I was venting to a buddy at work about it — picking his brain for a solution.
This is a guy I respect. He does good work. But when he mentioned a new WiFi booster that recently hit the market, I have to admit that I was skeptical.
Some WiFi boosters work, others don’t, but none have been consistent or secure enough for me to recommend.
But I trust this guy’s opinion, so I got the booster, called Omega WiFi Amp. And I must say, I was surprised by what I found — it’s the first WiFi booster I’ve been able to confidently recommend, and it’s already helped at least a dozen of my friends and family fix their spotty WiFi.
The best part? They can do everything themselves… I just give them the recommendation, then get back to more serious (and better-paying) problems.
Its high-speed 2.4 GHz data transmission improves wireless coverage throughout your entire WLAN network and instantly “patches up” those dead spots — the places where your WiFi mysteriously stops working (such as the basement, attic, bathroom, etc).
And unlike other boosters, the Omega WiFi Amp is secure. It fully supports strong encryption protocols like WPA and WPA2, so your network won’t be exposed to online threats.
You can think of the Omega WiFi Amp like a huge bodybuilder — when he lifts your WiFi signal up, all your devices can easily “see” it.
The Omega WiFi Amp takes the wireless signal from the router, intensifies it, and powerfully re-distributes the signal. It’s lifted high up — allowing it to easily reach far corners and devices that would otherwise be blocked.
The Omega WiFi Amp is so strong that it broadcasts your WiFi signal through concrete walls, steel beams, or multiple floors.
A major problem with other WiFi boosters is their lack of security.
While they might potentially boost your WiFi, they also act as a doorway to allow hackers (and malware!) into your network.
The other major problem with some WiFi boosters is that they don’t actually work. They’re not powerful enough to broadcast the signal throughout your entire home, or they don’t really speed it up at all.
The best thing about the Omega WiFi Amp is that it just works.
Its powerful signal-boosting capability blows the competition away. And its security sets it apart.
Plus its user-friendly plug-and-play design makes it perfect for even the most tech-averse.
While it may seem too good to be true, Omega actually delivers on its promise. It’s as easy as 1-2-3 to use — just plug it in, and within minutes, you’ll be playing lag-free games, watching buffer-less videos, and enjoying glitch-free video calls.
Plug in the Omega WiFi to an electrical outlet.
Press the button to connect to your existing router.
Enjoy the best WiFi coverage you’ve ever had!
Effortless Installation — just plug and play!
Fast 2.4 GHz Data Transmission — Improves network coverage and eliminates dead spots.
Compact & Portable — you can even travel with it!
Powerful Data Transfer — 300 Mbps download. That’s enough to stream on 12 devices!
No monthly charges — you won’t pay monthly upgrade fees.
Super Compatible — works with all wireless devices, new and old.
It’s taken years of development for us to get here, but I’m so glad I finally have a single, easy way to help people fix their spotty internet.
Omega WiFi Amp is by far the fastest, easiest, most affordable way to speed up your existing internet connection and rid your home of frustrating dead zones… and do it securely.
It can help you stop living with:
I can’t recommend it enough!
Ever since Omega WiFi Amp has been featured online, demand for the product has soared.
To experience the benefits of Omega Wifi Amp, it is recommended that you check availability soon, to secure your product before supplies run out.
References: Speedtest Global Index1 | US Internet Speeds2
Is there a limit to how many devices that can connect to the Omega WiFi Amp?
No, there is no limit. You and your family can connect to the extended Wi-Fi signal no matter where you are in your home - no matter how many devices.
Can I move the Omega WiFi Amp after it’s been installed?
You can easily take your Omega WiFi Amp to any room! Unlike your normal router, the Omega WiFi Amp does not have to be plugged into a phone jack, so you can relocate it to any outlet in your home at any time.
Will the Omega WiFi Amp work with my older devices?
Yes. The Omega WiFi Amp works with computers, laptops, phones, smart TVs, and more! If it connects to Wi-Fi, it can connect to the Omega WiFi Amp.
Where should I place my Omega WiFi Amp?
The ideal location is half-way between your wireless router and your computer, but please note that the Omega WiFi Amp device MUST be within the wireless range of the wireless router.
Is the Omega WiFi Amp secure?
Yes! The Omega WiFi Amp is extremely secure. It supports WAP and WAP2 for protected setup (Wi-Fi Protected Access®: WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK).
When can I expect my order?
FAST! We ship all orders within 24-48 hours of receiving them! On average our product is delivered within 3-5 business days in the United States. International shipping times will vary depending on country/customs etc.
Will I have to pay any additional customs, duties or VAT fees when I receive my order?
Depending on your country, it is possible that you will be charged one or more of these fees when you receive your order.
Please note that all international orders are charged in US dollars. International charges are based on the standard exchange rates between your currency and the US dollar at the time of purchase or refund.
Will you notify me by email when my order has shipped?
Yes, we will send an invoice by email when your order has been placed and another when your order has been shipped.
If you can not find our emails in your normal inbox, it is worth checking in your spam or junk mail folder.