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Few problems in the world of technology are as frustrating as having a slow internet connection. That’s been true for years, but especially now that millions of people are working or taking classes from home.
If your internet has been slow, spotty, inconsistent, or unresponsive, there are plenty of ways to fix it. Rather than focus on quick fixes, all of our suggestions are designed to solve this problem permanently. We’ve taken home size, the number of devices that need a connection, and even geography into account.
Whether you need faster internet for regular video calls with your team, or streaming the latest Disney+ shows in HD, these hacks will help out big time.
1. Upgrade To A Better Internet Plan
The easiest way to get faster internet is to upgrade from a lower tier plan to a better one. Your options will be limited by where you live, but check your ISP (internet service provider’s) website to see if there’s an opportunity to upgrade.