Frustrated with Your Wi-Fi Performance? Here’s Why.

For most of us, reliance on the internet as an essential service to conduct our daily routine is now expected. Governments treat it as such, regulating service providers (though their effectiveness is debatable) and ensuring most remote areas, regardless of population, have coverage. Networks are most often referred to as Wi-Fi, which in most people’s minds means “wireless”, quick and convenient. However, poor quality Wi-Fi routers or weak signals caused by interference, overlapping Wi-Fi channels or blocked signals from ceilings and walls, frequently results in a frustrating experience and reduced productivity.