Easy, affordable, and reliable Wi-Fi connectivity available to anyone, anywhere.
Vilo is a mesh Wi-Fi system that plugs into your modem to create a more reliable internet connection throughout your home. As a complete Wi-Fi hardware and remote management solution, ISPs of any size use Vilo to improve customer satisfaction and reduce operating costs.
What We Love
- Innovative products
- Female-founded and led
- Commitment to accessibility and affordability
What You'll Love
- The free companion app for the Vilo mesh system gives end users an intuitive way to manage their home Wi-Fi
- Cloud-based management platform allows you to quickly and remotely diagnose wifi problems for your customers
- Easy to use
- Easy to install
- Sleek design
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