Wireless routers come with a variety of features, and as is the case with just about everything, the more features you get, the more you can expect to pay. Look for a router with at least four 10/100/1000 (Gigabit) Ethernet ports which allow you to connect to wired devices such as desktop PCs, network-attached storage (NAS) drives, and home-automation hubs. Having at least one USB port makes it easy to plug in a printer or a USB drive and share it across the network, but with two ports you can do both. Additionally, try to choose a router that offers removable antennas. If you need to extend your wireless range you may be able to do so with a set of third party high-performance, high-gain antennas, which are typically cheaper than a range extender solution, or a mesh networking setup
To help you understand your Frontier bill more fully, we have a video tutorial as well as detailed descriptions of your bill’s different sections. If you are looking at your paper bill, this pdf-icon diagram shows you where to find different items on your bill—like your account number, recent payment and new charges.