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Why you should pick Xcape, Inc., for backup internet.

In today's hyper-connected world, internet downtime can be catastrophic for businesses and individuals. That's why having a reliable backup internet service is crucial. This blog post will pit our cellular backup service and router (NetMaxX) against another provider to show why our backup internet service is superior.

Our customer recently complained to their primary internet service provider about their internet downtimes on an install. They sent a technician to install a failover router and service from their primary provider. Unfortunately, not only was the technician they sent unable to install and configure the failover router properly. But they continued going down until we installed our NetMaxX, utilizing our network.

First and foremost, our backup internet service offers automatic failover. If the primary internet connection fails, our service automatically switches over to the backup cellular connection, ensuring minimal disruption to your internet access. Not that Spectrum's solution doesn't do the same thing; however, you'll need to be lucky enough to get an installer who knows how to set up and configure it. (Read put modem cable into the router)

Another key advantage of our backup internet service is our customer support. Our team is available 24/7 to assist in an internet outage. We understand that downtime can be stressful, and we aim to provide prompt and practical support to get you back online as quickly as possible. On the other hand, our competitor's customer support has been known to be slow to respond and unhelpful in some cases.

Additionally, our backup internet service is highly customizable. We work with our clients to tailor our service to meet their specific needs. Whether you need a higher bandwidth backup connection or additional redundancy options, we can provide a solution that meets your requirements. On the other hand, our competitor offers a one-size-fits-all solution that may only be suitable for some businesses.

Finally, our backup internet service is competitively priced. We understand that businesses are under pressure to keep costs down, and our pricing reflects this. We offer flexible billing options, including pay-as-you-go and monthly plans, to ensure that our service is accessible to businesses of all sizes. On the other hand, our competitor's service can be prohibitively expensive, especially for smaller companies or those with demanding bandwidth requirements.

In conclusion, our backup internet service is superior to our competitor's in several key areas. Our automatic failover, use of multiple technologies for redundancy, excellent customer support, customization options, and competitive pricing make us the clear choice for businesses looking for a reliable backup internet service. Keep internet downtime from bringing your business to a standstill. Choose our backup internet service and enjoy peace of mind knowing you're covered in an outage.

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