I am happy to give them the chance to sort this but having read many threads on the poor HG633 and D-LINK 3782 Wi-Fi speeds i am not holding my breath, do you think its a coincidence that so many members are saying the same in that they cannot get speeds above 22 Mbps even when their Ethernet tests are much higher.
Below are just a few quotes on the subject -
I've been having problems with the router since I first got it. Over ethernet there is no problem, but the WiFi is terrible.
Both my son's phone and mine will not work over WiFi, both are different makes so it's not a problem with the phone.
We are lucky to get 20mbps down over wifi when will easily get 40mbps over ethernet.
My father had the same router but replaced his with a Draytek unit and now miraculously he gets WiFi all over his house at twice the speed of the TalkTalk router.
When are TalkTalk going to acknowledge that there is a serious problem with the routers?
My HG633 seems incapable of a download throughput on WiFi of anything more that the high 20's
It has been like this since the day it was installed
I get around the 20 Mbps myself, and it's frustrating to even watch a 720p YouTube video, let alone a 480p one aha - WiFi is just terrible with this new "Super" Router.
I currently have a HG633 router with firmware versions V1.22t. My download speed varies from 8 to 20Mbps when connected wirelessly.
I have had to turn my router off again this morning for 45 mins as the connection speed was very slow. On running a speed test using supportal-test.co.uk after turning back on the download speed was 5.46Mbps and upload was 3.69Mbps. The best that I ever get is arround 20Mbps on a line where i was informed that i could get about 35Mbps.
Edited by Chippy_Tea_ (Sun 10-Sep-17 16:59:24)