If your wifi keeps going out, does it ever have anything to do with your Internet Service Provider?
When your provider does work in your area on the lines, is when it may happen. It may interrupt the signal.
It could be that, or any number of things. Perhaps your modem or router is going bad as well and need to be replaced, or a computer issue - it's hard to say. I would call your internet service provider and tell them what is going on and they can often do a remote check for you and walk you through some trouble shooting if it's determined that it's not due to them fixing the lines etc.
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