Summer months are coming when you’ll start planning those trips to maybe that vacation home by the beach or on the lake or just away from it all. Sure we’d all like to say that we’re the intellectual types who don’t watch TV when we’re on vacation because we’re so busy enjoying nature or reading Ernest Hemminway, but let’s be honest with ourselves. On those rainy days or nights, sometimes you just want to kick back and watch a ball game or reruns of Seinfeld that you religiously DVR. Am I right?
One of the worst things to deal with is having to call the cable company or your TV service provider. It’s painful. And the time we do have to call them is usually when we’re ready to sit down and watch something so there’s this added anxiety that you want this problem solved quickly so you can get back to enjoying some much needed TV time.
It’s almost the weekend. You’ve got big plans for relaxation. You’re going to download some movies. Maybe you have a backyard barbecue planned and you’re going to stream your Spotify playlist to the deck. Or maybe you’re just going to lounge and play some Madden 13 online against friends. So what could ruin these best of plans? A crummy WiFi network.