What Is The Problem With Wi-Fi?
Nothing, in theory. We are fans of wireless broadband ourselves… when it works. The problem is that it doesn’t always work very well. There are lots of reasons why that could happen.
Solihull has a growing population and sometimes neighbouring home wi-fi setups can disrupt yours. Some wireless baby-monitors can interfere with broadband if they’re not extremely well shielded and broadcast on a narrow wavelength.
Even mobile phone signals can cause disruption. The most common problem is that the wi-fi signal just can’t get through brick walls and insulation. If you live in a 3 storey house, you’ll probably know what I mean.
Home Office Users
People who work from home need a reliable connection. If you work in a loft-conversion or garden-office, you might find it difficult to get a good connection to your router. Delays and errors sending emails or accessing websites can cause costly, frustrating delays and lost work.