Alternative products to Luma

Luma

Surround WiFi system with speed, safety and security

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eero

Blanket your home in fast, reliable WiFi

Hugo Olliphant- Formerly PayPal Labs; startup addict
Just installed my Eero mesh system last week. It was just ridiculously simple to set up and it has worked perfectly since.
James Robinson- Entrepreneur & product designer
Eeros are the best, especially now that there's a 2nd generation that just came out. The second generation ones offer 2x better performance along with 2 form factors, regular and a new plugs-straight-into-the-wall option called Eero Beacons (these also double as a nightlight—perfect for putting in a hallway where a regular AP would be awkward). Speaking of t… See more
Mike Coutermarsh- Code @ GitHub
I have eero at home. It's good. I don't actually ever think about it. Just works well. We have 1gb internet here and have never had a problem with it. I'm not a wifi geek, so I don't have much detail to add other than "hey this has worked great for me" 😀
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NYC Mesh

Community owned network that replaces your ISP.

NYC Mesh is a neutral network that does not block or discriminate content. We do not collect, store, monitor, or log any user traffic or content that passes through our network.

We can connect whole buildings by wireless for speeds between 80 Mbps up to 1 Gbps, or by fiber at 20 Gbps.

Say hello on slack or meet us at a meetup (links at top right)

Scientific American
Editor's Note (06/11/18): Scientific American is re-posting the following article, originally published January 8, 2018, now that the Federal Communications Commission's repeal of net neutrality rules has gone into effect. Many fear the Trump administration's December decision to kill the Open Internet Order could embolden broadband providers to manipulate h… See more
Facebook
These guys are giving big cable the middle finger with their free Wi-Fi network
Fast Company
In a typical week, NYC Mesh-a community-owned internet network in New York City-might get five requests from people who want to join. In the wake of the FCC's decision to roll back net neutrality rules, it started getting dozens of requests a day.
CBC
It's a promise that seems almost too good to be true: super-fast internet that's cheap, and free of the contracts and hassles that come with major service providers. That's not a pipe dream for Brian Hall, it's his goal.
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