Internet Everywhere

The right way to take the Internet to every corner of your house so that all your devices are connected to wifi and experience better Internet speed.

When we built our house, the one thing I was very much focused on was… Having an internet connection in every corner of our house. 

The reason is, My business is Internet Marketing. 

This means - for me to work, I need to have Internet everywhere. So I'm focused on implementing internet/wifi everywhere in our building. 

Whether I stay inside or on the terrace, I planned to get the Internet instantly if I need it. 

Initially, I planned to have Internet only for my work and convenience. 

But nowadays, I realize what a good decision I took to implement Internet at all locations in our building. 

Because these days, any modern device you take supports wifi. You will lose any features the device supports if you don't have a proper wifi signal. 

I personally got one such device, which is -- robotic vacuum cleaner. 

For this device to work at its full potential, it needs to have connected to wifi wherever it goes. If it's not connected, you will lose many of its functions.

So ensuring wifi signals are available everywhere in your building is very much necessary these days if you want to enjoy modern tech devices. 

In this Internet Everywhere mini-guide, I will explain how you can implement Internet to all the locations in your house by taking only one Internet connection from any Internet service provider (Act Fibernet, Excitel, etc.). 


You only need one internet service provider to have Internet service everywhere in your home.

Don't use the Internet like this 

Most of the users what they do is, they take internet service from some ISP (Internet Service Provider) and have one wifi router and connect all the devices to only one wifi/router. 

It's ok if they get a good wifi signal. 

But in most cases, they simply manage with one or two available wifi signals in their device. And because of the low wifi signal, you cannot enjoy full-speed Internet. 

It's a waste of your Internet subscription charge that you are paying every month to your ISP if you cannot fully enjoy the Internet to the full extent. 


Many of them use only one wifi router because they don't even understand how to set up multiple routers with single Internet or they don't have the setup ready to implement multiple wifi routers in their home. 

For whatever reason… they are stuck with one or two wifi signals, and because of this, they use a buggy internet service in their house. 

To avoid all such issues… I have written this mini guide about having Internet all over your building. How to plan, implement, what are all the tools you need, things you need to take care of, etc., are mentioned in this mini guide. 

I recommend that everyone implement this guide in their new building, even if you are not an internet user. Because if you need it in the future, you cannot implement that time the way you do it now.

Common Myths about Internet/wifi

1) You can have only one wifi Name 

No, that's wrong. 

With only one internet connection, you have multiple wifi names. All you need to do is, you need to add multiple routers to the network to have more wifi names. To do such a setup, you need to know some networking knowledge. 

2) You cannot have multiple wifi Router 

No. You can have multiple wifi routers with a single internet connection. 

3) You need multiple internet connections for each router/wifi name 

No. That's wrong.

You can have multiple routers or wifi names with only one internet connection. 

4) It will cost too much to offer Internet in other rooms 

Wrong. It doesn't cost much. The cost is only a one-time setup cost. That's it. 

Who Is This Training For?

  • If you are constructing a new building
  • If you need Internet/wifi signal all over your building (the right way)
  • If you need to enjoy better internet speed
  • If you need to future-proof your house
  • If you need the right way to implement networking in the new building

Who Is This Training Not For?

  • If you are already aware of networking concepts
  • If you are already aware of how to implement networking in the new building
  • If all the RCC molding work is already done

P K Arun Kumar

About the Author

Hi, I'm P K Arun. With a labor contract, we constructed our house in Bangalore. We learned a lot of lessons. I'm sure many of you who will build a house without experience will face some challenges. So I decided to share everything that I learned here.

100% Satisfaction Guarantee

Try my Internet Everywhere Guide for 30 days and implement whatever I thought in this mini course. If, for whatever reason, the method, tips, and guide I believed in the mini-course don't work for you, then I don't want your Money. 

Just contact me by email at arun (at) within 30 days of the purchase, and I will give you a full refund. 

I've personally used this method and tips whatever I shared in this guide.

Now I'm revealing all of those to you. 

The only catch? You need to Act Now.

Frequently Asked Questions

What format does this mini-course come with?

It's a mini text-based digital course delivered in a secured member's area.

What if I decide this course just isn't for me? Can I get a refund?

Absolutely! We have a generous 30-day, no questions asked refund policy. Just email us at arun (at), and we'll process a refund if this course does not fit you.

I don't know anything about networking. Does this course still help me?

This course definitely helps even if you don't know anything about networking.

By reading this mini guide, you can implement a very important thing required for setup.

Once you have done that, you can hire any computer or network technician to do the rest of the setup. If you cannot implement the 1st part, you cannot do the rest.

I have other questions. How can I contact you?

You can reach me by emailing arun (at) I’ll be glad to answer any questions you have.

Pricing Plans


Access only this Guide


All Access Pass

- Access to Everything we created Till Now

- Access to Everything we create in Future

Copyright -