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1-DO SOME CONNECTION SPEED TEST (MAKE AN ACCOUNT TO SAVE YOUR TESTS)
2-CONTACT YOUR ISP .YOUR ISP WILL CHECK YOUR SPEED THAT YOU PAY FOR AND DO ALL CONFIGURATIONS.IF THEY NEED PROOFS THEN GIVE ALL YOUR IMAGE ADDRESS TEST ON THE SPEED TEST WEBSITE.

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