60 and 80 just seem slow anyway for that phone and service, have you had the 150 for ages or just installed...
Galaxy S8 has WiFi AC standard so should be good, ensure 5Gz and 20/40 &160 Hz are enabled with the drop down and checkbox ...
What about laptops and other devices?
Hope you don't mind mate, I saved your settings a while back.😁
These might help @Catune with his problem.
Same router. 😉
Not so much by the technical terminology ( although that baffles me no end).
Nor by the number of customers facing a broadband download service providing about 20% of what is paid for.
Nor indeed the apparent acceptance by some posters that we should be discussing this. See below.....
What truly baffles is the willingness to accept that it is our responsibility to address the problems in a system we pay for. I do not know of any other purchase agreement where the purchaser spends both time and money attempting to correct an issue with the service advertised.
Surely it is BTs responsibility. It is BT advertised a service which many subscribers do not enjoy. Imagine if this was a car whose engine would not exceed 45mph! You would return it. Some on here would buy another engine perhaps.
Apologies - see you’re on a phone. First step is to confirm the router is getting 150 wired connection; if it is then next steps for me would be air magnet or auch wireless scanners to see if you’re on ideal Wi-fi band.
Are you connecting on 2.4Gon/5g band?
Are you in detached property or surrounded by flats?
Usual sources of interference; dect phone, baby’s monitor microwave -
Just got my 900Mbps package installed. I was told I will be getting 900Mbps down and 110Mbps Up. Everything is good, apart from upload which is less than half 50Mbps, looks like it`s capped to 50, not sure why? Do you have the same thing?
@jedpauseI used the setup you posted earlier (as posted by @busterboy1 now) and there was no improvement. As a matter of fact, that’s still my current setup. I have attached some pictures of my setup if that would help.
I also played around with the antennas' positions and there was no improvement beyond the 60+ Mbps. So, please help a brother.
@Kilgeever53 Don't be confused mate. BT is the only broadband provider in my area and I believe the same applies to many new build homes. I would have left them since if there was an alternative. Spending £300 on a router just to improve the wifi is not funny at all. I hope you understand.
I understand fully and there's nothing funny at all.
BT are letting people down. And with a local monopoly it's even more unfair.
@davidsheddan Wireless mate. I don't really have a problem wired. Just that I currently use my dinning room as my home office and running a surface LAN cable from the router to my work station means that my kids will play with it and possibly cut the cable. It is also a safety hazard as it can cause tripping or strangulation. Besides all the 3 ports in the SH2 are full.