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Teaching Your Kids About Social Media

Social media can be a great way to keep in touch with friends and loved ones, but it can also lead to unintended consequences if used improperly. Learn how to teach your kids about social media.

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Tips and Tricks: My Blue Ridge App

Ready to manage your Blue Ridge services from anywhere? Explore some of the great features that are just a few taps away in our bigger, better, bluer My Blue Ridge app.

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Tips and Tricks: eero App

Make the most of your HomeFi system by exploring these great features in the free eero app.

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How to Limit a Child’s Screen Time – Benefits of Cutting Down

Limiting your child’s screen time (for non-beneficial) use may be difficult, but it has several benefits. Learn the best ways to start cutting down your child’s screen time!

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Starting Online Gaming? – Top Things Gamers Should Consider

Thinking about making the move into online gaming? See whether you should get a gaming desktop or laptop and other important features to consider.

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Sun Outages for Spring and Fall 2020 - How They Impact Your TV Service

Learn about sun outages, what to expect from your cable TV service during these annual spring and fall events, and who to contact if you experience technical difficulties.

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Setting up Alexa Devices to Control eero Network With Voice Commands

Amazon Alexa-enabled devices can be used to control your eero network with simple voice commands. Learn what you need and how to install!

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Winter Storm Safety Tips – How to Reduce Service Outages

Winter’s fury can unexpectedly impact your internet, TV & phone. Here are a few tips to stay safe this winter and reduce your chances of experiencing service outages.

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How to Perform and Assess an Internet Speed Test

From slaying digital zombies online with friends to scheduling dentist appointments via smartphone apps, the internet has crept into just about every area of our lives. Most Americans have some form of broadband internet in their homes.

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