Total Managed Wi-Fi

Get Fast Internet Throughout Your Entire Home

Greenlight Networks makes it easy to enjoy fast and reliable Wi-Fi throughout your home. Using a next-generation Wi-Fi 6 router for seamless signal continuity you’ll have the freedom to work, play, and live without limits!

Benefits of Greenlight Wi-Fi

Wi-Fi Plans

Add our Total Managed Wi-Fi service to your current residential plan for the following prices.



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Additional with Basic Internet plan.

FAST + Wi-Fi


/ Month
Additional with Fast Internet plan.



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Additional with Faster Internet plan.



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Additional with Fastest Internet plan.

Wi-Fi FAQs

Wi-Fi uses radio waves to send and receive signals from your wireless router. These radio waves connect your devices to the internet. Wi-Fi transmits at frequencies of 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz. Generally, the faster the frequency, the faster the data transmission.

Although you can receive the fastest speeds possible with wired internet, it is not always practicable or practical to plug in a lot of devices (just imagine how many wires you would need!). Additionally, certain devices might not be able to move as quickly as your internet can (even if you could plug them in).


Keep in mind, our upload and download speed claims are always based on maximum wired speeds. The speed of the internet cannot be guaranteed and can change depending on things like hardware and software restrictions, latency, packet loss, etc.

You have the option of a wired or wireless internet connection. Your device must be connected to the internet through an ethernet cable for a wired connection to work. A wired connection will typically allow you to use the highest speed offered at your residence, making it faster in most cases. You can wirelessly connect Wi-Fi-enabled devices to the internet using Wi-Fi (also known as a wireless connection). You switch to a wireless router instead. There may occasionally be interferences with Wi-Fi that will reduce the speed of your connection.

Your wireless devices can only connect to the internet through a wireless router. Instead of the various points you’d receive with a mesh network, all wireless traffic on your devices relies on that one point of access (the router) with a standard router. The size of the antennas on a typical router restricts its range, and walls frequently block the signal. An extender can expand your “reach,” but it might not always reach all areas of your house.

An extender does exactly that: It extends your Wi-Fi signal range by repeating the Wi-Fi signal of your wireless router. An extender typically creates a new Wi-Fi network, requiring you to switch your device between networks.

A mesh network uses multiple access points that communicate with each other to give your whole home seamless Wi-Fi coverage. A mesh network provides you with further reach than you’d get with a single traditional router.

Extenders solve connectivity issues in smaller areas. Typically, they can increase Wi-Fi coverage range by 300-2,000+ square feet. Mesh networking kits, however, provide whole-home coverage and are perfect for large homes. On average, they can cover areas from 2,000-5,500+ square feet.

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