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Number of other users on the network

Connection speeds will decrease during peak hours on the mobile network. When you connect using a wireless broadband service using the shared data. This means that even if the data is secure "tunnel" network which is also used by other people. As more people go online and download to the tube, the speed of each user is reduced. It 'similar to the difference between driving on the freeway at 2 am against eighteen.

Strange as it may seem, the number of customers to make voice calls will also affect speed. This is because customers have priority over customers of voice and data network and customers during busy periods with voice services are allowed to access the network before the customer data.

In general, the busiest mobile broadband are schedule 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 - Meanwhile, you find your speed is much slower than first thing in the morning.

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How can I grow up my internet speed in my mobile?

*Using a mobile internet connection in a congested room can
decrease the connectivity hence try to find a near by HotSpot
and use since its more active.
* You can try using the mobile internet Off Peak hours thereby
avoiding the traffic.
*Try updating the Mobile firmware and keep checking if there
are any updates for your phone.
*Try to purchase a booster/antenna which may capture more signals.
*Do not install lots of software on mobile.*If you are interested only in text then there is option in mobile to block images. That will give you fast speed and will have less charges as some providers charge per KB.
*Do not access other applications while surfing.
After you have tried some of this,try your connection again using Scanmyspeed.com and see if it's running any faster.If you are not still satisfied try to upgrade the data plan.

Apr 24, 2013 | Cell Phones

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I have my internet Broadband connection in my office .And I want to share this broadband connection network into my home through WiFi . But the problem is that my home is almost 1 mile away from my office .So how could I able to do that so.

No. Wifi has a distance of 120 feet indoors and 300 feet outdoors in a perfect environment.

Even if you were able to install wireless repeaters for the wifi you will experience many networking issues.

If you wish to share your internet you may want to look into a mobile hotspot. You can take that device anywhere where the service provider is covering.

Dec 18, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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why does connecting to an ad-hoc network disconnect the shared mobile broadband connection?

You can be connected to two signals at one time, if I understand your statement. My question is, why is your laptop automatically connecting to a Ad-Hoc network? Your wireless adapter Intel Wireless 3945A/B/G,settings should be scrutinized. Perhaps this will help:http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/highlights/wireless/pro3945abg

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how to get my computer to download files quicker

It depends on where the slow-down is occuring. 1) Use a wired connection instead of a wireless connection. 2) Try directly connecting your computer to your modem (cable or DSL) instead of sharing the network with other computers through a router if a wired network. 3) Upgrade to gigabit networking if you have 10/100 (chose one with support for large chunks of data).

Use a service that tests the download speed (www.dslreports.com/stest ) to find your connection bottleneck. If you have cable broadband, you may need to find a download time when other users aren't very active on your loop.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Apr 23, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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how to connect to 3g mobile broadband

Yes you can! After 10 days of trial and error I finaly cracked this problem on sunday. Since then I've had several lag free hours on COD4 and RFOM with smooth play and no dropped connections. Now I'm not a techie but I will explain the best I can. I use 3 mobile broadband. First open your Network Connections. You will see the 3 modem, ignore this for now. Further down you will see 2 ethernet connections, Local are connection, and 1394 connection. Right click one of these and Bridge the connection. Then open the properties of your 3 modem and under Advanced click on internet connection sharing. Install your ethernet cable from the back of your computer directly to the PS3. On your PS3 network settings search for the new connection. On testing it should work. Hey presto your online. I use win xp on my system and it usualy works fine. Sometimes you get a DNS error, keep retrying, if no luck, restart your pc, connect your 3 service and you should be good to go. Hope this helps, good luck

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