There are so many Internet service providers out there that choosing the right one can be a struggle. In fact it is practically impossible to do an apples-to-apples kind of comparison because they all vary so much. As you consider the different options before you, you will see that speeds, price, data limits, service, reliability and security all differ from one company to another.
One of the best options on the market today is CenturyLink Internet. It serves over 5 million Americans. If you can say yes to the following items, you know CenturyLink Internet is right for you.
- You want fast, cheap Internet. You can get high speed Internet as low as $19.95 per month when you bundle your service with home phone service.
- You want to try out the service for a month without commitment. CenturyLink offers a 30 day satisfaction guarantee.
- You want price guarantees. You can lock in your price with CenturyLink.
- You are looking to save on home phone service as well through bundling plans. CenturyLink offers home phone service with exciting plans to meet your calling needs, that can be bundled with Internet service for great savings.
- You want a plan that has 24/7 tech support available.
- You want the convenience of watching TV from your home computer. For no extra charge you can enjoy your favorite shows from the CenturyLink portal.
- You are looking for a plan that is virtually unlimited. CenturyLink does not throttle your service if you are a heavy user. Instead they work with you to find a plan that better fits your usage.
- You live in a state served by CenturyLink. A CenturyLink dealer can tell you if the service is available where you live.
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The most important reason you need to do an Internet speed comparison on a regular basis is to ensure that you are getting nothing but the best service. If your service is not what the provider has promised, you can and should get them to trouble shoot your line and equipment and possibly even give you a price break for the trouble.
Make Crucial Adjustments
By performing Internet speed comparisons, you will be able to make the right choices in order to get the service that best fits your needs. If you are shopping around for a new service, Internet speed comparisons can help you avoid getting stuck with a dud for an Internet service provider.
Monitor the Speed and Usage You Need
There are varying speeds for Internet service, as well as varying prices. By regularly checking yours, you can ensure that the speed you are getting is what you are paying for and that the speed is a good fit for your usage needs. If you typically use the Internet for just browsing the Internet, sending email and doing some social media, you may not need the speed you are paying for. Know if you are getting the speed you think you have and if you actually need that speed for your usage.
Make Better Choices
By doing an Internet speed comparison, you can effectively choose the right provider for your satellite internet service needs. When you are shopping around for a plan, it is important to compare the options available in your area. That comparison should include more than just price and contract duration. By including an Internet speed comparison, you can be sure you are getting the speed needed to do the things you want to do online.
The fact is that Internet is very much an intangible product. You are paying for a service that is very hard to consistently quantify. The only way to measure the product is by doing an Internet speed comparison on the service you have or the services you are considering purchasing. Make a point to know your Internet speed to ensure you have the best service possible.
If you’re tired of how slow “high speed” internet access can be on planes, you’ll be excited to hear that a new “super fast” satellite internet service is on its way for those travelling by train, airplane or even boat (if you’re not scared away by all of those cruise ship disaster stories that keep popping up in the news). The executives of international communications company Ofcom have apparently had enough of slow internet speeds when they’re traveling on business and have set out on a mission to make wireless internet service for travelers ”up to 10 times faster” later in 2014. Unfortunately, this high speed satellite Wi-Fi service for travelers will (at least at first) only be available to UK travelers. Check out Calera for wireless satellite internet service within the US.
In the past those who were left behind by traditional wired internet providers were out of luck in getting a high speed internet connection. However in the past 2 years the satellite internet industry has grown a ton and now offers much faster speeds. I was surprised when I checked out a satellite broadband internet service provider and found that they now have speeds up to 15mbps! Now I can browse my favorite sites and stay up to date with all my friends on facebook.
This is a low-key piece of news, but apparently Amazon.com Inc. is testing a new wireless network that will allow users to connect directly to the internet.
The private test included satellite communications company Globalstar Inc, who provided the radio spectrum. Amazon claims that developing a wireless internet network will allow the company to create a more extensive user experience, determine how users access internet services, how they use it and what devices they use to do so.
Amazon is following in the footsteps of another company looking to provide users with broadband internet. Google is also in the communication industry, recently rolling out a fiber-based broadband solution in selected cities.
Although the new service is still in testing, it’s possible that FCC would grant approval to Globalstar to lease the spectrum with the ability to share revenues with any partners. The FCC issued a permit to test the wireless equipment under the statement that its developing a major tech company determined performance benefits of the technology. If Amazon could legitimately get into the satellite internet game because they felt that it’s a potential revenue source, this is one way to do it.
Amazon seems to have their hand in just about everything. Between their ideas of having unmanned drones crafts deliver packages to potentially building their own wireless network based on a satellite broadband platform shows that Amazon isn’t afraid to take risks in the name of progressing their company.
Regardless of your reason for needing a Web page, this metaphor holds true: your website is the front door of your home or business. How that page looks, or it’s “curb appeal,” so to speak, will give your visitors their first impression of you, your brand, business or service. It is true that first impressions die hard, whether that impression is a favorable one, or a not so favorable one.
Within those first few seconds of a visitor’s viewing of your site they will mentally determine whether or not your brand, business or service is one worthy of their time to continue to look further at or to delve deeper into your page. Visual presentation is the new curb appeal. In a day when people make important decisions based on websites, you want yours to look the very best it can. You could lose potential leads before they ever get to your content if the visual presentation tells them you are sloppy, unprofessional, or confusing.
Professional Web Design Help
Having a website means more than just putting information on the World Wide Web. It means effectively communicating your message using technology and design that grab people’s attention. Thus it is imperative that you make your site stand out from all the rest. Having your website professionally built can help you in the following ways:
1) A professional web designer can guide you through the process of developing your content and presenting it in a way that effectively and clearly communicates your message while keeping it concise, simple, and unique.
2) As technology rapidly changes, you want to find a designer who knows the latest technology and the best way to use it. As with anything, there is a right and wrong way to use technology. Too much of a good thing can overwhelm your audience. Think of some of the poorly designed websites you may have seen. Perhaps a picture overload? Poor use of negative space? What about music, video advertisements or other media files that autoplay? Taken one at a time these are good, even desirable things. A professional can provide you with the technology that is best suited for your needs and the best fit for your target audience.
3) A professional can help you identify and target your specific audience. It is impossible to appeal to everyone. A professional designer can help you reach out to the demographic most likely to need your service.
Keeping with the home or business analogy, remember: you want your audience to feel welcome at your site. You want them to be able to find the information they need quickly and easily. Most importantly, you want them to come back again and again. A professional web designer can help you ensure that your guests stay your guests.
The ELSA unit by RTT Mobile will help paramedics and other first responders save lives but it is not a medical device. The ELSA gives first responders immediate access to a translator for non-English speaking people as opposed to relying on co-workers or volunteer translators to provide assistance. In critical situations, the time wasted in locating a translator is not only frustrating; it could mean the difference between life and death.
The Need For A Translation Device
According to the 2010 Census, “21 percent of people age five and older mainly speak a language other than English at home.” [http://www.census.gov/prod/2013pubs/acs-22.pdf] Although many of these people also speak English, not all can speak English well enough to interact with first responders, especially in stressful situations.
While a family member, often a child, can provide emergency translation services for paramedics, he or she may not be familiar with medical terminology or translating medical terms accurately. There is a major difference between “Do you have a stabbing pain?” and “Were you stabbed?” but when a person who has limited English language skills is interpreting, important seconds are lost making the distinction. ELSA translators have specific medical training, enabling them to translate for paramedics effectively.
How The ELSA Device Works
The simple, three-button Enabling Language Services Anywhere device works like a three way cell phone call. First responders get access to translation services for up to 180 languages in about 30 seconds.
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One of the best features of the ELSA device is that first responders can get help determining what language or dialect a person is speaking. While most people recognize Spanish, it is difficult for many people to recognize languages that they never heard spoken. Precious time is wasted locating a Vietnamese translator only to discover the person is actually speaking Thai.
Is The ELSA Device Just For First Responders In Large Cities?
The ELSA devise is just as useful for first responders in rural areas without a large immigrant population as it is for first responders in urban areas. Paramedics and police officers responding to vehicle accidents on highways in rural communities often have no one to call for a translation; they are just as frustrated as the out-of-town motorists with limited English skills.
In addition to first responders, schools and government agencies will also find RTT Mobile’s immediate translation device the ideal way to serve their increasingly diversified community.
A device like this that enables communication and helps to save lives is truly overdue and is one of the wisest uses of technology to come along in quite a while.