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Hello everybody! You know, I hate that my WiFi bandwidth works like crazy, going low when it wants. Does anybody know how can I fix this problem for sure?

asked Dec 29 '11 at 06:35

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Hello Trevis!

I guess you have already checked your WiFi router or modem and you are completely sure that it is fine. Still the speed of your WiFi connection leaves much to be desired. You know, if your WiFi provider has also nothing to do with this, there might be only one reason for that - someone is using the bandwidth that is supposed to be used by you. No, not actually stealing, it is better to say accidentally using.

Want to know how is that? Here is the example. Imagine a school bus full of schoolgirls watching Justin Bieber HD video using the nearest WiFi tower, that is actually happened to be the tower you are using too. Even if you have no technical education I guess you understand how overloaded your WiFi tower is in such case. In addition, you are not alone suffering from this problem because there are other normal WiFi users as you are relying on that tower's bandwidth.

Still you can help yourself and your neighbors to stop paying for the WiFi that is used by somebody else. If you use the WiFi jammer in the area near the tower (but not the tower itself) where the WiFi bandwidth might be stolen accidentally or on purpose you make your WiFi bandwidth stop going low and your pleasant home leisure will be saved!

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answered Dec 29 '11 at 06:51

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