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The phone comes with a low memory size that is why it is not receiving large files from other devices via bluetooth. What you should do is to try to get an additional memory card and install into the phone, then when you receive files via bluetooth, you should send them to the memory card.
For the internet that is slow to connect, the problem is not from the phone, it is from the network of the sim card service provider. It tends to be slow on some kind of phones with low memory capacity to read internet faster.
Insert a memory card into the phone and try to move all files on it, then you can surf the internet using ur phone with an improved internet speed.
Sounds it is your modem. I had a similar issue with my old one. I had a westell 6100F and now have a 6100G that helped. My company had to replace about 150 of line about 1000 Ft away from my house. The cable was in a storm drain and it was getting wet and interupting my internat connection.
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Mun MSCONFIG and shut off everything you don't really need to run in the background. Reboot and do a full virus scan and a full malware / spyware scan. Next, run a greigtry cleaner program. All of these will work together to speed you up but the registry cleaner will really make the difference. It all but tripled the speed of my laptop.