With many of us still at home most of the day, relying on broadband for work and entertainment, there is no greater frustration at the moment than slow broadband speeds. Here are a few tips and tricks you can try to improve your speeds back up to what you are paying for.
Tip 1: Find the best place for your Router
Steel beams, thick walls, electrical signals and tinted glass can all affect the signal you get around your home, so it’s best not to place your router under, on or next to any of these. Ideally, you want your router in a central position in the house, connected up to the Master Socket with no objects blocking or covering it… so cupboards are a no go!