How is Wi-Fi different than Wireless?

Wireless Internet is a type of service that uses radio waves to communicate wirelessly from the location of your home to a tower site equipped with a transmitter/receiver. This technology is used when traditional “hard-wired” methods are not available such as Copper telephone lines, Coaxial cable lines or Fibre lines.

Wi-Fi refers to the local Internet within your home allowing computers, smartphones, or other devices to connect to the Internet or communicate with one another wirelessly.