Reduce the distance
Place your router or gateway where it's most likely to be used, as the closer you are to it, the stronger the WiFi signal. If you experience a weak WiFi signal or dead zones, we can help you extend your network.
Fewer objects and walls between your device and your router or gateway will improve the signal strength.
Pick a central location
Let your WiFi signal expand in all directions by placing your router or gateway in an open, centrally located area, up off the floor.
Keep other electronics away
Things like baby monitors, cordless phones, Bluetooth devices, or wireless security cameras can interfere with your router or gateway's signal.
Pro Tip - Occasionally reboot your router or gateway. Just like restarting your computer can fix unknown computer issues, rebooting can correct Internet connection problems and boost your speeds.
Update your device's software
Outdated operating systems, drivers, and firmware can slow down the speed of your device.
Ditch older devices
WiFi speeds may be slower on older computers, laptops, tablets, and smartphones that are unable to handle today's faster speeds.