Slow Internet Speed in Idaho? Make It Faster!

Alex GizisAbout Internet Speeds, Blog

Dealing with Slow Internet Speed in Idaho

Idaho already lags behind most of the nation when it comes to high speed Internet – it actually ranks last in Internet speed among all US states at the beginning of 2017.

Many people who are paying for high speed Internet are not getting the true high-speed experience they were hoping for. Unfortunately, many of the issues that cause slow Internet connections are structural and cannot be solved simply by calling your ISP.

Read below to see how to quickly and easily get faster Internet speeds in Idaho with the help of a revolutionary software app: Speedify.

CenturyLink DSL and Cable One Internet Speed Issues in Idaho

Idaho’s two major ISPs are CenturyLink and Cable One. CenturyLink provides users with DSL and Cable One is a cable provider. If you are experiencing slow Internet speeds in Idaho and you call your ISP, you will most likely be told to check your equipment. The ISP wants to blame you for the problem.

While it is true that if your router is malfunctioning or the firmware is years out of date, it could be causing your Internet speed to slow down, most people’s equipment is working fine.

Often, the reason CenturyLink DSL is slow is because you are located too far from the main trunk line. With DSL distance matters a lot. The farther away from the main DSL trunk line you are, the slower your Internet will be.

With Cable One, the major cause of slow Internet is the sheer number of users. If there are a lot of people in your neighborhood using their cable connection at the same time, it can cause a digital traffic jam and slow everyone’s connection down. This is mostly an issue during peak times.

It is also possible that your ISP may be throttling your connection because it feels you are using too much data.

The bottom line is if the cause of your slow high speed Internet is your ISP, they are not likely to do anything about it. You are on your own.

Increase the Internet Speed in Idaho – Combine Two Connections Together

Fortunately, there is a new app that can give you a true high-speed connection. Speedify is available for Windows and macOS computers, as well as for iOS and Android mobile devices. It automatically combines two (or more) different Internet connections into a single fast pipe, much faster than a typical home high-speed connection.

Combining two connections couldn’t be easier – here are 4 steps to get faster Internet speed in Idaho:

Step 1: Download Speedify
Step 2: Get two different Internet connections. This could be one DSL and one cable connection, two DSL lines, or two cable lines
Step 3: Connect both connections to your device. Your computer can connect to two different Internet connections, but without Speedify it will only use one at a time. The easiest way to connect to two connections is to have one line connected through your Ethernet port and another line connected through Wi-Fi
Step 4: Run Speedify. That’s all there is to getting faster Internet speed in Idaho.

Get True High Speed Internet in Idaho With Speedify

Speedify takes care of the connection bonding process. You don’t need any advanced technical skills to use the app.

Speedify will give you a fast, reliable connection. The app will also work in the background to monitor the quality of your connections and route the data in way that gives you the fastest speed and keeps you connected to the web even if one of your connections goes out.

Additionally, Speedify is a next generation mobile VPN. Unlike older VPN services, Speedify encrypts your data without slowing down your connection.

When you are using Speedify you get fast, secure Internet. Your data is safe even from the prying eyes of your ISP.

If you live in Idaho and you want true high speed Internet you need to give Speedify a try. Get started with Speedify for FREE today – no strings attached, no email sign-up necessary!

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