Do I need an Internet connection to use STELLINA?

Do I need an Internet connection to use STELLINA?

No, STELLINA uses a Wi-Fi network to communicate with your device but it doesn’t need an internet connection. When you set up STELLINA, you just need to go to your Wi-Fi settings and connect to the STELLINA network (in the same way you would connect via Bluetooth on other devices).

You only need the Internet to:
– create and connect to your account,
– share your photos on social networks,
– update the app.

If you want to keep browsing the Internet while using STELLINA, you’ll need to have 4G as the Wi-Fi network is already used by STELLINA.

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