NEW VIDEO: Unboxing the gotW3 router

The world is changing fast. Yesterday’s news seems like a million years ago. One thing that seems pretty likely, at least as I write this, is that we’ll all be working from home for a while to come.

That’s why you need gotW3.

The gotW3 box is like your cable router, except instead of getting internet from a wire, it gets internet from over the air. It’s sort of like a hotspot on steroids. It’s a solution that will give you maximum speeds on all the devices it’s hooked to. You can connect to it with Wi-Fi or wired Ethernet. With gotW3 you have the power to work no matter how much the kids in the other room are using your home internet.

Take a look

Here’s a quick video I made showing the unboxing of the gotW3. I have to apologize because just like you I’m working from home where I don’t have consistent studio lights. But I didn’t want to wait until I got back into the office to let you see what’s up.

The installation process is so easy. The only thing I didn’t show is plugging it into the wall. Once you have it plugged in, you connect to the unit using the password and network name on a sticker on the bottom. That’s it… you’re in!

Get the gotW3 device

The good news is that we have a lot of stock on these gotW3 units and we’re ready to ship NOW. Once you order, a Signal Connect representative will call you, get all your billing set up, and send you a pre-activated unit. All you’ll have to do is plug it in.

You can order your gotW3 with AT&T service here, or with T-Mobile service here.  It’s up to you which one you choose… pick the one that has the best service in your area. If you have questions, call us at 888-233-7563 during East Coast business hours, or fill in the form below and one of our reps will get back to you quickly!

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Stuart Sweet
Stuart Sweet is the editor-in-chief of The Solid Signal Blog and a "master plumber" at Signal Group, LLC. He is the author of over 8,000 articles and longform tutorials including many posted here. Reach him by clicking on "Contact the Editor" at the bottom of this page.