Let Boost Wi-Fi make a guest Wi-Fi network.
Just recently got a boost Wi-Fi starter pack. Works way better then the T3200M and it's quite cheap as well. (I got it for $5 a month for 24 months). Overall I am very satisfied, however for whatever reason there is no option to make a guest Wi-Fi network in the app or web GUI. In fact the system as a whole only lets you have 1 SSID and does not let you split up 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands. Now I don't think that's a big issue as I'm sure most people would rather just have one Wi-Fi network, but for guests there are legitimate reasons to do so. I prefer to keep my network secure by not giving out the password to anyone and I also don't like guests having access to my LAN devices and potentially being able to mess with them.
Of course, you can still use the T3200M to make a secondary guest Wi-Fi network but that would require enabling wireless functionality on the T3200M. I have been keeping wireless off since getting the boost as I feel giving the modem less work can only help to get a better connection. Also the guests would have unusable signal in some parts of my house as the boosts cover it much better.
Why did the TELUS team choose not to have this functionality built in the boost? Will it be coming in a future firmware update? What other features are potentially coming?