What Can Affect My Broadband and Wi-Fi Speeds?

First of all, broadband and Wi-Fi are two different things, but you can read more about that here. (What is the Difference Between Broadband and Wi-Fi?)

Unlike fibre to the cabinet (also known as FTTC or part fibre-part copper) or older full-copper ADSL, the broadband speed to your Zzoomm router is not affected by how far you live from the exchange or how far you live from the Zzoomm full fibre street cabinet.

If there’s a fault or problem with your line, such as a break or damage to the cable, this would affect the broadband speed of your Zzoomm router and your Wi-Fi connection.

But the Wi-Fi speeds to your devices around your home can sometimes be slower than the broadband speed to your Zzoomm router.

Wi-Fi speeds can be affected by:

Check each of your device’s minimum requirements and think about upgrading your package if you have too many high-bandwidth devices on your network.