Everything You Need to Know About Internet Speed in New Mexico

Alex GizisAbout Internet Speeds, Blog

How to Get Faster Broadband Internet Speed in New Mexico

Sometimes the high-speed Internet you think you are getting from your provider ends up being much slower than you bargained for. But, a true high-speed broadband Internet connection is not a luxury. It’s a necessity if you want to get the most out of all the internet has to offer.

According to recent stats, only 7.1% of New Mexicans have access to fiber-optic high-speed service, ranking 48th in Internet connection speeds across the US.

The first step in troubleshooting slow Internet speed is to check out your router. If you have an older router or if your router’s firmware is out of date, it can slow your connection. You can check the speed of your connection with an online tool such as SpeedTest.

If your connection is slower than what you were promised by your provider you will have to explore your options. Keep reading to see the best option that you have to get fast Internet.

Fixing Slow CenturyLink DSL and Xfinity Cable Internet Providers in New Mexico

The truth is, most of the time your Internet is slow, it isn’t because of your router. Often the trouble is with technology you use to connect to the web. DSL connections often run slow if you are located too far from the trunk line. You can call CenturyLink to complain about slow DSL, but if you are too far from the trunk line there is nothing CenturyLink is going to do for you.

If you have cable internet and are experiencing slow service, especially during peak usage times like the evening, the issue is likely you have too many people trying to use the Internet at the same time in your neighborhood. Again, you can call and complain to Xfinity, but there isn’t much they will do for you.

Boost Your Internet Speed in New Mexico by Combining Two Connections

If your existing high-speed Internet in New Mexico is too slow, your best bet for getting the fast connection you want is to combine two different Internet connections into a single lighting fast pipe.

Speedify is a next generation mobile VPN app that runs on Windows and macOS computers, iPhones and Android smartphones. Speedify can bond two (or more) different Internet connections together. It can combine two cable connections, two DSL connections, or a cable and a DSL connection together.

Simply connect your computer or smartphone to two different connections. On a PC or Mac, the easiest thing to do is to connect to one connection through your Ethernet port and the other separate connection over Wi-Fi. Your computer by default can only use one connection at a time. But, if you open Speedify after you are connected to two different connections the app will automatically combine the connections together, giving you a huge amount of bandwidth.

Get the Fastest Internet Speed in New Mexico with Speedify

Speedify does much more than just bond different Internet connections together. It also works to constantly monitor the quality of your Internet connections and keep you constantly connected to the web.

If something goes wrong with one connection, Speedify automatically reroutes all the Internet traffic through the remaining channel until the lost connection can be restored.

Speedify is also a next-generation VPN that keeps your data secure and encrypted, without slowing down your internet, like conventional VPN services. Also, Speedify does not log any activity that you do online while using the service. Speedify just gives you a faster, safer and more reliable Internet experience.

Tired of a slow Internet speed in New Mexico? You need to try Speedify. You will love what it does to your Internet. Get started with Speedify now for FREE – no strings attached, no email sign-up necessary!

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