So you’re planning a move and have about a million things on your mind. From packing to gathering boxes to hiring movers, there is a lot on your plate! But have you taken a moment to think about setting up your internet connection in your new home? 

Fortunately, with a bit of planning, it’s easy to set up service or make the switch. And if you’re already a customer with Medina Fiber high-speed fiber internet service may be available at your new address—and super simple to transfer! 

Below are tips on how to easily set up, transfer, or find new fiber internet service so you and your family don’t have to miss a minute of streaming entertainment, email access, or online shopping for your new home.  

1) Sticking With Medina Fiber Just Give Us a Call! 

Are you an existing high-speed fiber internet customer of Medina Fiber Just give us a call at Medina Fiber to find out if we service your new home. If so, we’ll make it easy to transfer services, and you can focus your attention on packing and other moving tasks. 

2) Ask Your Real Estate Agent 

If you’re moving out of our service area, ask your realtor to create a free account on FiberHomes.com. He or she can use the account to search your new address and discover which internet provider services your new home.  

Then, you can reach out to the provider before you make the move to minimize any downtime in your new home. 

3) Installation and Wi-Fi Optimization 

If you’re remaining a customer of Medina Fiber we make it easy to get connected in your new home.  

Our skilled installation technicians will help determine how best to optimize your wi-fi, including ascertaining the best location for your wi-fi router in your new home. They’re trained to know the many facets of router placement, including minimizing interference from walls and other electronic equipment, to help you get the most out of the high-speed fiber internet you’ve wisely selected.  

Moving is never easy — but transferring your internet services can be! Just contact us today. We’re proud to keep you connected.