Austin worked as a broadband technician installing and troubleshooting countless home internet networks for some of the largest ISPs in the U.S. He became a freelance writer in 2020 specializing in software guides. After graduating with a BS in technical communication from Arizona State University, he joined the team at HighSpeedInternet.com where he focuses on home network improvement and troubleshooting.
A broadband technician’s pro tips to solving Spectrum Internet issues.Read more on Is Your Spectrum Wi-Fi Slow? Here’s How to Troubleshoot it
A broadband tech’s guide to fixing a finicky internet connection.Read more on Why are My Internet and Wi-Fi Disconnecting?
Spectrum plans offer good value and great perks, while Cox delivers top-notch customer experience.Read more on Spectrum vs. Cox: Which Internet Provider is Best for You?
Best for Value Customer rating: 3.5 Price: $19.99–$299.99/mo.* Speed: 50 Mbps–3000 Mbps Internet type: Cable &...Read more on Xfinity vs. Cox: Which Internet Provider Is Best for You?
Do you need a DOCSIS 3.1 cable modem?Read more on DOCSIS 3.0 vs. DOCSIS 3.1: Which modem is right for you?
Step 1: Understand your internet needs and why you want to switch services
Step 2: Find the costs of canceling your current internet service
Step 3: Find the other Internet Service Providers in your area
Step 4: Pick a provider that matches your needs
Step 5: Call your current ISP
Step 6: Order your new service and schedule an installation date
Step 7: Cancel your old internet service
Get a new room wired for internet and move your router.Read more on How to Move Your Router to Another Room
2.4 GHz Wi-Fi has more range, but 5 GHz Wi-Fi is faster.Read more on 2.4 GHz vs. 5 GHz Wi-Fi: Which Should You Use?
Nightly traffic on your ISP’s network may cause a data backup in your modem or router, which slows down your home Wi-Fi network. Another possible explanation is that your household may be attempting to use more data than your equipment can handle.Read more on This Is Why Your Internet Slows Down at Night
Why isn’t your Wi-Fi working? A lot of different things could be the culprit. Sometimes the solution is simple—maybe your router is out of date or just needs a quick reboot. But sometimes it’s a little more complicated. So, we’ve put together a guide to help you troubleshoot your network and get your Wi-Fi flowing like gravy once more.Read more on No Internet Connection? How to Troubleshoot Internet Issues