The next time you're checking your Netflix account, it may have just been temporarily cut off from its internet connection.If you live in rural areas, or have a large internet provider that can cut you off for long periods, it's probably time to get out of the home broadband business.The internet service that delivers your internet connection, such as Comcast or Verizon, is generally called broadb...
In a recent blog post, Comcast wrote that they were now using a new model called Wave Broadcast, which allows for more flexibility in the amount of bandwidth that customers can access.
Wave Broadcasts, or WBS, are currently available in many US cities, but are now also available in Canada, Germany, and the UK.
In the US, Wave Broadcasters are a feature of Comcast’s new wireless internet service.
With Wave Broadcaster, customers can choose to receive a broadband signal with just a few taps of their smartphone or tablet.
Wave Broadcast, which means it’s the same signal that Comcast’s wireless internet uses, allows customers to access more bandwidth in areas where they are not currently able to access broadband.
Wave Broadcast has a similar speed to the traditional DSL (digital subscriber line) service, but is much faster.
In some areas, Comcast’s WBS speeds are more than 30 times faster than the traditional broadband speeds of the same area.
The difference between WBS and the traditional internet is that WBS is also more expensive, but that’s because the cost of the WBS service is split between Comcast and the local ISPs.
For example, Comcast charges $15.99 a month for the service.WBS also has its advantages.
It doesn’t rely on Comcast’s infrastructure, which can take some time to upgrade, or require additional bandwidth for the same speed.
For a lot of customers, WBS does not have a price, which makes it more affordable than other broadband services.
Wbs can also be used to add new features to the internet, which is great if you need a new tool to use your internet or are looking to stream music.
WBS also comes with a free trial period that allows customers who sign up before the end of March to get access to all the features that Comcast WaveBroadcast is bringing to the market.