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1. Test the speed on your broadband line
Find out what speed you’re actually getting.You can run a speed test using Ofcom’s mobile and broadband checker.
2. Move your router clear of other devices
Keep your router far away from other electrical devices, and those which work wirelessly. Halogen lamps, dimmer switches, stereos and computer speakers, some types of baby monitors, TVs and computer monitors can all affect your wifi if they’re too close to your router and affecting the signal.
3. Lower the demands on your connection
The more devices that use your wifi, the lower the speed you get. Devices like tablets and smartphones often work in the background, so switch off wifi reception on these when you’re not using them.