There are many things that can affect your Speed Test results. Here are some things you can try to improve your speed:
Distance to the Router
When testing Wi-Fi, too much distance between your device and the router can cause slower speed
You should move your device within 10 feet from the router when running a speed test
Multiple Wi-Fi devices connected to the internet via your router can cause slower speeds
You should limit the number of devices connected to your router when running a speed test
Streaming music or videos requires a lot of bandwidth which causes slower speeds
You should cease streaming via Wi-Fi when running a speed test
Connected via VPN
Connected via a Virtual Private Network (VPN) can cause slower speeds
You should disconnect from your VPN prior to running a speed test
Rebooting the Router
When you reboot your router, it will connect to the Verizon network via the channel with the least amount of traffic.
To reboot your router, press the “reset” button on the back of your Verizon router. Alternatively, you can simply unplug the power cord on your router from the electrical outlet and plug it back in after 10 seconds. Once the power, internet, and Wi-Fi LED lights are illuminated, re-run the speed test.
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