FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Wireless Internet works in exactly the same way a ‘wireless’ radio. A central transmitting station broadcasts radio waves over a specific area and those radio waves are received by an aerial connected to your radio when you switch it on.
Blaze Wireless Internet is connected to a high capacity dedicated fiber optic carrier capable of supplying Internet at enormous speeds. Specialised, long range, wireless transmitting equipment broadcasts this Internet signal from a central point in Chichester.
Subscribers to Blaze Wireless Internet are supplied with a small aerial designed to receive this signal and deliver ultra-fast internet to computers and other devices that are connected to it.
Just like a ‘wireless’ radio.
Most providers oversubscribe their networks, this means that a DSL or Fiber internet connection will be shared with many other users in your neighbourhood. At Blaze we use a private dedicated internet connection to guarantee the best connection and speeds.
Yes, if you have a router that supports this. Our high speed wireless routers allow up to 15 devices to connect at the same time using Ethernet and wireless.
BLAZE wireless is so powerful that depending on your internet package there is no real limit as to how many people can use your internet at the same time.
Satellites are so far away that they struggle to supply anything more than 20Mbps. They are expensive to install and run. They also have very restrictive data caps. A Blaze wireless base station is never more than 25 miles away and can supply up to 300Mbps speeds depending on your package.
There are only two requirements to be able to benefit from BLAZE internet. You need to be in an area covered by our service and be able to install the receiver unit in an elevated position at your home or office.