I have had issues with Wi-fi on my router since August. the Wi-fi slows and drops out endlessly. rebooting or resetting the router restores everything for a few hours only to have to start all over again. I ring tech support and am told that the router is fine because the speeds to it are ok. despite this my 200Mps service delivers 30Mps over Wi-fi to all devices. I am convinced the router (hub3) is the problem but Virgin will not send a new router to try Despite an email 4weeks ago saying they would. is my only choice to leave virgin for sky or BT after years of loyal custom?
Re: Useless wifi signal. How do I get a new router?
a month ago
I was having loads of problems. Speeds were pretty good via laptop connected to the hub via ethernet cable. Make sure to turn Wifi off on the laptop when you connect to the router. Try running speed tests from the laptop I used speedtest.net
Not sure new router will fix your problems.
I ended up buying the TP Link Deco M4 for £100 and switched the VM router into modem mode. Thigs are much better. I was getting about 30 Mbps in the room furtherest away from the router, now I get 70+ Mbps in that room.