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Do you need a ISP to get internet

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Posted · Original PosterOP

My contrant is up and I don't want to renew and was wondering if I can just buy a router, range exender and access point for my internet.

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well if you need something to connect your home network to the rest of the world. Normally a wired isp is the best option, but you can also get internet from your isp in other methods like a wisp or cellular or satalite.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
9 minutes ago, Electronics Wizardy said:

well if you need something to connect your home network to the rest of the world. Normally a wired isp is the best option, but you can also get internet from your isp in other methods like a wisp or cellular or satalite.

what the other options

 

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1 minute ago, Twoskitv said:

what the other options

 

I listed them in my post, but you need. a isp of some type to get internet. How was your internet delivered? Wht type of connection? 

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No, you cant. Service providers arent that stupid.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
4 minutes ago, Electronics Wizardy said:

I listed them in my post, but you need. a isp of some type to get internet. How was your internet delivered? Wht type of connection? 

Wifi

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1 minute ago, Twoskitv said:

Wifi

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well you don't get your internet from wifi, there is some connection that runs to your your router or model that then gets turned into wifi? What connection is that? What is your isp?

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You mean do you need an INTERNET service provider to get internet?

The answer is yes


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23 hours ago, Twoskitv said:

what the other options

 

2 cans and a string.....😁

 

In all seriousness. If you did just buy a router, how does the router get internet? You think it just pulls it out of thin air magically? Any way you slice it you need a provider. Be it Fiber, Coax, Phone line, 4G/5G, WISP, or Satellite. While it would be cool if you could just pull an internet connection out of your ass, If I could we wouldn't be paying Comcast $83 a month, but sadly you can't. 

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