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NetSpot helps troubleshoot your WiFi for just $19

Never suffer through a bad internet connection again with this premium service.
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May 20, 2019
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Few things in life are more annoying than having to deal with a spotty or nonexistent WiFi connection. Whether you're trying to complete a presentation or simply want to unwind with some Netflix at the end of the day, nobody likes waiting for pages to load and images to download.

NetSpot Home ensures that you'll never have to suffer through these online cruelties ever again, and a lifetime license is currently available for over 70 percent off at just $19.

This premium service allows you to identify and troubleshoot problems with your internet connection.

You'll be able to visualize, optimize, and troubleshoot your various wireless networks on any Mac in order to get the best connection every time you log on—all through powerful and intuitive visual mediums that allow you to see the problems in real-time. You can use the mapping feature to view dead zones and optimize hotspot placement, and leverage the troubleshooting tool to identify connectivity issues.

You'll even be able to choose from multiple export possibilities in order to build customizable advanced reports in case you need to submit to a third party.

Never suffer through a bad internet connection again with a lifetime license to NetSpot Home for just $19—over 70 percent off its usual price for a limited time.

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