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Streaming Services and Devices Guide

Confused about what to do with your TV after switching to netBlazr? Click the link below to see our in-depth guides on the different streaming services and devices you can choose from. Quitting cable doesn’t mean you need to quit TV too. We recommend figuring out what your favorite kinds of shows and movies are…

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netBlazr and Internet Privacy – A Facebook Live Discussion

Weaker internet privacy regulations and ISP’s (internet service providers) poised to sell consumer data have made for some scary headlines in the news recently. Here at netBlazr, we want to educate our customers – face-to-face. On April 20th, at 3:00 p.m. EST we’ll host a Facebook Live session with our founders, Brough Turner and Jim…

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netBlazr Cares About Your Privacy, Not Your Data!

Recent federal legislation eliminates FCC broadband protections and gives ISPs (Internet Service Providers) free rein to track consumer browsing behavior. ISPs can then sell that data to advertisers without consumer consent. This new development will have no impact on netBlazr customers. We recently released a statement about this situation. netBlazr keeps only the absolute minimum…

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The Latest on Internet Privacy

Congress has passed, and President Trump is about to sign, a bill repealing the FCC’s landmark internet privacy rules, passed in October of 2016. Last year’s rules limited how Internet providers could use and sell customer data, while asserting that consumers have a right to control their personal information. This new development will have no…

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Avoid Getting Caught Up in the Numbers Game

People love numbers and they especially love hearing about the fastest speeds, but what do the numbers really mean? At what point do these super high speeds that marketers are pushing start getting negligible? From FCC research we know that web browsing benefits from increased speed, but tapers off around 6Mbps (graph below). In their…

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Voice over IP.. Another way to Cut the Cable

Voice over IP or VoIP is a way to use your Internet service for making phone calls. Phone calls are converted into data and are sent through the Internet just like an e-mail would. It is perfect for people who want to cut the cable and stop being forced into getting bundles from the phone-internet-television…

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Streaming Devices: Which One is Right for You?

People are moving away from traditional television options and moving towards streaming services, but it can be hard to pick the right streaming device, there are over 70 different ones on the market! To make the transition a little easier, we’ve compiled a list of the more popular ones and added our recommendations: Apple TV…

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Can I mount an antenna on my roof?

“I really want to get netBlazr for my apartment, but my landlord said it’s illegal to mount an antenna and that I will be fined by the city for it, what are my options?” There are actually no laws prohibiting the placement of rooftop antennas in Boston, even in the historical districts of the city.…

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Net Neutrality

Net neutrality has been in the news a lot the past few years and is an important and heated debate, but do you really know what it means? To start, the term came from a Columbia University professor named Tim Wu. The Federal Communications Commission is at the heart of the debate and I think…

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New Sales and Marketing Rep

netBlazr is pleased to announce that Perry Wasserbauer will be joining the company for the new year. He will be replacing Steve Bondreau as our Sales and Marketing Representative. We are excited to add Perry to our team. A recent graduate from the University of Connecticut, Perry is passionate about using technology to upend the…

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