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What Is A Tri-Band Wireless Router?
A tri-band wireless router is a router that provides 3 separate “bands” of wireless frequencies such as 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz, and now 60 GHz (NOTE: Some Tri-Band Routers Do Not Utilize 60 GHz, But Instead Will Provide One 2.4 GHz Band And Two Separate 5 GHz Bands).

You may already be familiar with dual-band wireless routers, which provide 2 bands (2.4Ghz and 5GHz). However, router manufacturers have resorted to launching tri-band routers as a major approach to improve the WiFi experience for households like yours with multiple devices. Having three bands is almost like having three different routers in one.

Why Buy A Tri-Band Router?
Great question. Considering that there is always splitting and sharing among all of your devices on a particular network, your WiFi network undergoes congestion. For this reason, a tri-band router provides a better WiFi experience for your household devices such as desktops, laptops, tablets, TVs, game consoles, and cell phones… all at the same time.

Let’s use a highway traffic example as an illustration. Picture putting yourself into 5 o’ clock traffic right at this moment. Now, there are 3 lanes on this highway to choose from. The far left lane is wide open, and it’s yours for the taking. However, the other 2 lanes on the right are stopped up bumper-to-bumper (probably with that one random guy picking his nose).

Which lane would you prefer to be in? There’s your answer.

Dual-band routers look good on paper, but they do not address the issue of congestion like tri-band wireless routers do. When you have multiple devices, each consuming a lot of bandwidth at a time, a 3-band router provides a separate frequency altogether, and helps prevent your devices from interfering with one another.

Will This Make My Internet Faster?
Another great question. Let’s compare, really quickly. Today, the best dual-band routers transfer data up to 1000 Mbps on a 2.4GHz WiFi band, and 2167 Mbps on a 5GHz WiFi band. However, the best tri-band wireless routers provide an additional band of 60GHz which transfers at 4600 Mbps! (See Netgear Nighthawk X10) Yeah… you’re gonna have a good time.

That being said, for the complete and honest answer, let’s go back to that same highway scenario from earlier.

Remember that highway with the left lane that was wide open, and the 2 other right lanes that were stopped up completely? Let’s say you’re now officially cruising in the left lane during 5 o’clock traffic, and you are actually able to reach the maximum speed limit (sure, like that would ever happen). So there you are, breezing by all that bumper-to-bumper congested traffic on your right, and no one is in your way slowing you down. Well, I’d wager that you could make it to your destination perfectly fine just by going the speed limit, but instead an idea comes to your mind: “I want to go faster!”

Now that’s a great idea, and why shouldn’t you? I mean, the lane is wide open, your vehicle CAN go faster, and nothing is preventing you from doing so… however, the speed limit is set, and you can’t exceed it. As far as the internet goes, the speed limit on your new tri-band router will be set by your internet service provider.

Should I Contact My Internet Service Provider (ISP)?
Well, that’s ultimately up to you. The fact is at the end of the day, having a new 2017 tri-band router can give you all of the best potential that is currently available. It can free up congestion by giving you a wide open frequency to utilize. It can provide the best coverage available with multiple high range antennas. And it even gives you reassurance that you are capable of transferring data as fast as possible. But… a tri-band router cannot make your internet service provider increase your internet speed.

If you want the fastest wireless internet possible, you will have to give yourself the opportunity to receive the fastest internet service possible. This can be achieved through combining the best tri-band wireless router with the best internet service possible.

I suggest you grab a tri-band wireless router now for yourself, and then call your internet provider to see what deals they have. I mean, what’s the worst that could happen? Heck, you probably even qualify for new some discounts by now!

 


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