As more and more people are working from home now, Internet connection and download speeds are very important for the home office.
An average router can supply a strong enough signal to supply broadband around a smaller type of property, such as a three-bedroomed house. However, this is not always the case as the signal can be affected by many obstructions, for example, the framework or structure of the property and the position of the router.
If you need to use a Virtual Private Network to connect to your office computers you will benefit even more from a fast connection as the extra routing involved with a VPN will usually slow your connection down slightly.
Even without a VPN, working from home often involves the transfer of large files to and from your office, teleconferencing for remote meetings, IP phones for cheaper phone calls and often online music streaming services to keep you going while you work.
Ultimately you bought the fastest broadband that you could afford and you need the best connection between your devices and router in order to make the most from your Internet services.
There’s no point in having a fast Internet connection to your house if you can’t connect reliably inside your own property!