Routers, Providers, and Bandwidth oh my!
Nothing can be more frustrating when it comes to phone farming than trying to find the right internet service provider to do so. Currently here in my home I have two different active internet connections, and I will be going much further into depth on this topic in the phone farming on two internet connections section of my website, but I want to explain that I have both AT&T, and Comcast here in my home for being able to phone farm with.
I have quite a bit to say after my experience with each of these companies, and I have high hopes that I will be saving you from pulling your hair out in this area as I am somewhat of an expert. If I had to tell you overall out of the two (I know there are others) which ISP to choose out of the two I would tell you flat out to go with Comcast. Now the reason I say this is because they offer not only unlimited data if you pay a certain percentage, but they also offer data packages above 75 Mbps, which AT&T does not.
I have had a bit of trouble with the connectivity of my AT&T services throughout the time that I have had it, and I can say that I have not had any similar issues with Comcast at all. I have to admit that I am still not a fan of either company overall especially when it comes to the poor customer service quality of each one, but this is a scenario of choosing the lesser of two evil’s, and is unavoidable when it comes to making money with smartphones.
probably one of the most frequent questions I am asked by my viewers is how many devices will run on a connection before a person starts to have issues, and what router would be good for phone farming. So many people are struggling for the perfect set up because they want this business to work out for themselves, and I am very happy to tell you that if you have a decent WIFI connection say around a 75 Mbps connection then having a $300-dollar router is in my opinion a total waste of money.
I have over 100 devices in my home on two factory ISP routers, and very soon that device amount will go well above that, and I do not have issues with connectivity. If I do it is very seldom and is usually on my AT&T connection with minor hiccups. But if you guys are still spinning your head in circles, then below I will point out some decent affordable options for routers, and wireless access points.