It’s Your Device’s Fault
You can’t always blame slow internet on your router. Sometimes, your device, whether it’s a computer or a smartphone, is a little too old to support the latest Wi-Fi technologies.
Unfortunately, the best way to solve this is to buy a new device. You’ll need to upgrade your smartphone or computer to get a faster internet connection. If you have a PC, you can also try only upgrading its internals since it’s easier on Windows computers.
If you have an older device, the processor and RAM aren’t enough to support higher internet speed, so upgrading its internals might fix the try. Don’t worry; it’s not as hard as it sounds. Plus, you can always ask for help.
If all but one of your devices seem to have a fast internet connection, it might be that device’s fault. As we mentioned before, it might be because your device is too old or outdated to use newer, faster internet connections. However, it’s also possible that your device is having software problems too.
You can try disconnecting and connecting your device again and see if that does the trick. You can also try making your device forget your network and get connected again. If not, you can try turning your device or your router on and off again.
Last but not least, you might want to try resetting your device and start from scratch. If there was a problem on your device that didn’t let you connect to your Wi-Fi properly, it should be fixed. Just make sure to create a backup beforehand.
If everything else fails, talk to a specialist. Contact tech support and see how they can help you solve your problem.