2. Place the router at a better location: Sometimes the location of the router can also cause problems. If there are walls, furniture, fans, appliances between the Wi-Fi signals, then you may have to face problems in internet speed. Internet speed can also slow down due to radio waves. If you have a router in a corner somewhere in your house, then shift it to an open space.
3. Adjust the router’s antenna: Many routers have an internal antenna. Internal antenna means that you cannot adjust them. But if the antenna is adjustable then you can adjust it. Adjusting the antenna increases the chances of Wi-Fi signal getting better. For example- vertical antenna sends Wi-Fi signals horizontally only. In such a situation, if you want your Wi-Fi signal spread throughout the house, then adjust the antenna slightly.
4. Change Wi-Fi frequency channel change: See if your Wi-Fi frequency channel is correct. You can also get it changed. Usually, each frequency band has different channels and you can choose any of them. Although many routers choose them by themselves, but sometimes they can be wrong. To choose a better channel for Wi-Fi, you need to go to the online interface of your router. Here you can go by entering your router’s address. Then login here. After that go to Settings. From here you will be able to change the band channel.
5. Upgrade to Fast Internet: If even after adopting the above methods, you are facing trouble then you will have to upgrade your internet plan. If your internet provider is not able to provide you a good plan, then you can also choose another provider.