Location Is Everything
The location of your router can have a huge impact on your wireless coverage.
Choose a central area so the signal can evenly reach every corner.
Avoid cramped and cluttered spaces like cabinets, closets, or drawers.
Don't place your router behind or near large or small appliances. The material and or radio waves can absorb and or block your signal.
Maximize Your WiFi Potential
Small adjustments can make a big difference when it comes to improving your WiFi speed.
Move closer to the router to see if you can get a stronger connection.
Depending on the size and layout of your home, you may need more than a single router for whole-home WiFi coverage. Premium WiFi powered by Plume is our whole-home WiFi solution and more! Watch our "Premium WiFi Powered By Plume" video to learn more.
Get to Know Your Devices
Learn how each device uses WiFi to get the most from your network.
Different devices can have very different WiFi capabilities, which can disrupt your connection if you’re using too many.
Older devices have a harder time with heavy internet use—so you may need to upgrade.
Hardwiring your gaming consoles or digital media players directly to your router can help free up your wireless network for other devices like laptops and tablets.