My Guide Explains How I Get Free Home Internet

Wifi is nearly everywhere. I show you an innovative way to use it at home or in an RV.


Always on

Not FreedomPop or other cellular

Legitmate Access

Right Hardware

For non-Geeks

More reliable than USB wifi adapter contraptions you see on youtube

Multiple devices

House or Apartment

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Why You Will Benefit from "How I Get Free Home Internet"


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Backup Internet

Your Internet can go down. Have something ready to go. Phone data can be costly!

Useful in RVs

Apply same concept, devices to RVs

Second-home Internet

Why not?

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No theory! Actual examples!

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Frequently Asked Questions and Answers:

Q: Isn't this just free wifi?

A: No. Some wifi is free and open, but most is password protected. In my guide I give examples of free, legitimate access along with legitimate access of password-protected systems. If you can obtain legitimate access, why not take advantage of it? I show you different ways -- with the right hardware and set up -- to have wifi outside the home be a source for all your in-home devices.

Q: Does this require hacking into someone's system?

A: No. In fact, I'm opposed to that. All the examples in the guide are based on legitimate use.

Q: Will this work outside the US?

A: Yes. The basic principles are the same everywhere.

Q: Do I have to be a geek to understand this?

A: No way! Descriptions are simple. Terms are clearly defined.

Q: Do you include screen shots?

A: Of course! Screen shots of the hardware configuration pages are included to help you do the right thing.

Q: Is this some kind of cellular deal?

A: Nope. No cellular involved.

Q: Will the hardware I need cost a lot?

A: No. Hardware prices range from $40-80. This hardware cost would be a one-time investment and is about the same cost as a cable modem.

Q: What format is the guide in?

A: "How I Get Free Home Internet" is in a PDF.

Q: Why $7 for a PDF?

A: Think value. If you came to me for consulting advice, I would be billing you $125 per hour. You are getting the same advice for $7 that will accelerate your thinking. The people I've helped set up this arrangement have paid much more than $7.

Q: Do you recommend specific hardware?

A: You bet! All hardware has been personally used.

Q: Do you include pictures of actual installations?

A: Yes. Pictures of actual hardware installation are included.

Q: How long will it take me to read the guide?

A: You can read this guide in 15-25 minutes. What you gain in this short time can save you hundreds of dollars.

Q: Can this setup be used in RVs

A: Yes. The equipment is small and can be easily implemented in an RV. In fact, it is often a better solution for an RV than simply using a USB wifi adapter. With one more piece of equipment, you can create better wifi in your RV! There is a special section in the guide for RV setup.

Q: Are your real-life examples real?

A: Yes they are. As an IT consultant in Seattle I've helped others implement what is described in my guide. Examples include how a home cable Internet account was used for temporary Internet in an office; how a cooperative neighbor provided free backup Internet; how an existing cable subscriber implemented free Internet in is 2nd home.

Q: Who wrote this?

A: I did -- Bruce Miller. I'm a Seattle IT consultant and technology writer. Click here to check out my home network! I know a few things. If you travel a lot, you might also be interested in MobileWriter.com

To Your Innovative Thinking,

Bruce Miller,
Technology Writer and IT Consultant