I’ve previously written about 4G broadband as a solution to rural properties that can only get minimal broadband speeds via copper cable. I think a lot of people saw it as an alternative to Fibre broadband which it is not. The costs involved as a monthly rental can be in the same ball park with Fibre depending upon what additions you need. But the initial install costs for a 4G dish involve several man hours spent first locating the best signal during the survey. Then returning to install a bracket to hold the aerial, cabling to wherever the broadband is needed and then configuring the equipment to work effectively. Hence the installation costs are over £500
Once I have installed a decent broadband speed then I can offer additional services such as a mesh Wi-Fi system to offer truly wholehome Wi-Fi. Depending upon thickness of walls and distance that system can work wirelessly but can also benefit from wired elements.
The basic Tenda mesh Wi-Fi system that I offer can have a maximum of 6 units which will give decent coverage to most homes but if your home is larger than average there is another step. At that point I will look at the mesh system that TP Link offer which can accommodate 50 units which have to be wired from a central point. If you would like to talk to me about any of this equipment then please either email me on firstname.lastname@example.org or call me on 07940 817925.
I am York based so if you are some distance away I may add petrol costs onto any charges.