on 30-03-2016 01:14 PM
on 01-04-2016 12:27 PM
Hi @ronelpetzer - I just tried to explain this to someone else here https://community.telkom.co.za/t5/Poll-Discussions/Telkom-WiFi/m-p/3514/highlight/false#M37 - have a look and let me know if you still have questions...
on 02-09-2016 09:05 PM
I have read all your replies to the questions and I still dont fully understand.
I have a Wifi router and am on pre-paid. When I check my balances I have free wifi bundle
- How do I use my free wifi??
on 06-02-2017 11:24 AM
WIFI speed is indicated by the router works on bands normally its on the 2.4Ghz band that works on the 802.11a\b\g\n.
I stand to be corrected but 802.11a\b\g is up to 54Mbps and n can go up to 300Mbps again based on the model of the router you use.
You also get routers that support 5Ghz band 802.11a\ac this can support speed of over 1000Mbps.
These speeds are not your internet speed remember your internet speed is determined by the line speed. The Wifi speeds are for communication of devices within your network e.g Plex on a laptop sending information to a PS3 this is were the wifi speeds comes in, remember for streaming its best to use LAN cables as its more stable than WIFI.
on 28-04-2017 12:39 PM
Over the time that I have been going through this forum I have noticed that people have different levels of understanding of what WiFi is.
So the next time you call in or speak to anyone and say that you need help with your wifi, please make sure you are referring to Wifi in the correct context!