The best choice for a WiFi network, provided you live in a place bigger than a studio or small apartment, is a mesh network. Mesh networks first came around a few years back: they consist of multiple routers scattered around your house and property. One of those routers plugs right into your modem, the same way any router does, but the other ones can be anywhere. All they need is to be plugged into a power outlet. Each of these routers communicate with each other, creating one huge network. You won’t need multiple network names or passwords, because these multiple devices team up, like Voltron. These systems typically come in a three-pack, and while they do cost more than typical routers, they often come with all kinds of other features besides providing amazing coverage such as apps that make wrangling with your WiFi network actually easy, which you can’t say for normal routers. Plus, you can always add units as needed.