What is OneHome WiFi?

Say goodbye to spotty WiFi coverage and dead zones! OneHome WiFi is a WiFi solution that creates seamless WiFi coverage in and around your home. This product is not the same as an extender which creates a separate WiFi network in your home that only extends on a set path as opposed to seamless coverage. Typically, extenders don’t deliver optimum WiFi speed or coverage. One’s eero devices are constantly communicating with each other to monitor WiFi performance and to deliver signal and speed to areas where users are located.

Will my modem work with OneHome WiFi?

As long as you have a Hitron wireless modem and subscribe to a Fibrewire Internet plan, you are good to go!

How do I sign up for OneHome WiFi?
Visit our Church St. store to add OneHome WiFi to your account and take home your eero units that day. You’ll enjoy your first month free plus a speed boost you can enjoy as long as you subscribe to the eero devices. After you connect the devices at home, call 700-7000 so a friendly One representative can complete the set up process.

How much is OneHome WiFi?

We offer the eero devices as a monthly rental. Most customers use the 3 pack (1 main unit and 2 additional units) for a $20/mo. rental fee. If you have a small space then you may only need the 2 pack (1 main unit and 1 additional unit) for $14/mo. If you find you need more coverage, you can rent additional beacons for $5/mo. per beacon.

If you subscribe to Smart Internet, you receive your first unit for free and have the option of adding more units for $5/unit/month.

What features come with OneHome WiFi?

The eero app provides the following features:

  • Download and upload speeds
  • Which devices are connected to your WiFi network and which are idle vs. in use
  • Status of the main unit and beacons (online or offline)
  • Your WiFi network name and password-so handy!
  • Parental controls-a parent’s best friend! Create profiles for each device and set times to suspend access to your WiFi network.
  • Nightlight
  • Create guest network. This gives them access to the internet but blocks users from accessing network files, streaming audio and controlling your smart devices.

How do I set up the eero devices?

The devices are easy to set up using the eero mobile app. The app walks you through each step and assists you with placing the units in the best locations in your home to maximize performance. Please note-You must have Bluetooth turned ON on your mobile device.


After you have completed setting up your eero devices, call 700-7000 to speak with a friendly One representative to have the OneHome WiFi plan added to your account.

Once the plan is added, the wireless setting in your modem will automatically turn OFF so wireless can flow from the eero devices.

To set up your new One Home WiFi units:

We recommend that you plug in your eero units close to the modem to set up. After the units have been set up using the app, place them in the desired location for seamless WiFi coverage in and around your home.

How do I add eero units after my initial set up?

We recommend that you plug in your eero units close to the modem to set up. After the units have been set up using the app, place them in the desired location for seamless WiFi coverage in and around your home.

  1. Plug in your additional eero unit
  2. On the eero app, click the + symbol in the upper right hand corner
  3. Choose Add an eero Device
  4. Choose Continue with SetUp
  5. Chose the type of eero unit you would like to add
    • eero Pro=flat eero gateway
    • eero=smaller unit that can be used as a gateway or additional unit. If you installed Smart Internet in December 2019, you would automatically have received this type of unit.
    • Beacon=unit that plugs into an outlet. You may have received this type of unit prior to December 2019.
  6. Follow the prompts on the app. The app will first look for your unit and then confirm if the placement/location is optimal before establishing a connection to your network.
    If the unit won’t connect to the internet, move it closer to the gateway (connected to your modem) to establish connectivity and then move it to the desired location.

Feature Instructions

Home Screen-View eero unit WiFi signal strength, user profiles, connected device WiFi signal strength

How do I view download and upload speeds and run a speed test?

Tap Internet to view current speeds.
Tap “Run speed test” for a new speed test

View or Change your WiFi network name and password

Tap the Settings icon (gear) at the bottom of the Home Screen

Tap Name to change your WiFi network name
Tap Password to view or change your WiFi password

How do I set up parental controls?

If you have already set up profiles for your household users:
Tap the Profile you want to add or change settings for on the Home screen.

To create new user Profiles, tap the + icon in the upper right hand corner of the Home Screen and choose Add Profile

Enter the Profile name

Edit or add Profile Settings
Add a Device: Select the user’s device from the list then click Done


Schedule Pauses for WiFi Access
Choose a Profile then choose Add a Scheduled Pause

Set Schedule to ON
Enter the Schedule Name
Enter the Start Time and End Time
Check the boxes for the days of the week you want the pause applied to

I would like to get a notification when a device is added/joins my WiFi network.

Go to Settings and choose Notifications


How do I create a guest network for temporary users?

If you want temporary users to have access to a Guest WiFi network:
On the Home screen, tap the + icon in the upper right hand corner
Choose Invite a Guest

Turn Guest Network ON
Provide user with Guest Network name
Tap on the Guest Network name if you wish to change it

Troubleshooting your eero devices
Frankly, you may never need to use these steps but just in case:

WiFi coverage area decreases or signal is spotty.

  1. Check the app for the statuses of your main unit and beacons.
    • App home screen->If you see either the main or beacon outlined in red, you have a connectivity issue.
    • Unplug the unit in red and plug it back in.
  2. Verify which eero unit your device is connected to. Your device might be connected to a beacon that isn’t placed in the
    best location for optimal signal. Rebooting your OneHome WiFi system can correct this.

    • Menu->Network Settings->Scroll down and tap Advanced Settings->Restart Network
  3. On the app, if a beacon still appears in red, try plugging that beacon in to another outlet to see if the signal improves.
  4. If you’re still experiencing issues, call 700-7000 to speak with a friendly One representative.