The number of devices that can connect to Vox fibre depends on the plan you have. For example, the Vox Fibre 100 plan allows you to connect up to 30 devices, while the Vox Fibre 500 plan allows you to connect up to 100 devices.
If you exceed the number of devices allowed on your plan, you may experience slower speeds or even disconnections.
Here is a table of the number of devices that can connect to each Vox fibre plan:
|Plan||Number of devices|
|Vox Fibre 100||30|
|Vox Fibre 200||50|
|Vox Fibre 500||100|
|Vox Fibre 1000||200|
You can check the number of devices allowed on your plan by logging into your Vox account or by contacting Vox customer service.
Here are some tips for connecting multiple devices to Vox fibre:
- Use a mesh network. A mesh network is a network of wireless access points that work together to create a single, seamless network. This can help to improve the performance of your network when you have multiple devices connected.
- Use a wired connection. If possible, connect your devices to your router using a wired connection. This will provide a more stable and reliable connection than a wireless connection.
- Update your router’s firmware. Router firmware is the software that controls the router. Updating your router’s firmware can help to improve the performance of your network and fix any bugs.
- Contact Vox customer service. If you are still having problems connecting multiple devices to your Vox fibre, you can contact Vox customer service for help.