Why my internet speeds are getting slower and slower

My internet speeds have gone from “okay” to “extremely slow”.

It’s been a long time coming. 

For many of us, internet speeds come and go, but not for us. 

When I first moved to Melbourne in 2014, I was happy to enjoy the internet as it was, but then things started to go downhill. 

My internet speeds began to fall off in the same way. 

I started getting a few slower packets in my home. 

Then, things started going downhill again. 

Over the last two years, I’ve seen my internet speed go from “Okay” down to “very slow” in a matter of minutes. 

In other words, the amount of time it takes for a connection to be established has dropped to a point where I’ve lost track of the time it took to establish the connection. 

Now, as I type this, I am having to turn my phone off and my computer to restart. 

Is this normal? 

In the short term, it’s likely that it’s normal for a small number of Australians to experience problems with their internet speeds. 

But, over the long term, the number of people who are experiencing this problem is increasing. 

And this is because we’re not getting a full understanding of the impact of internet speeds on the quality of their experience. 

The issue is exacerbated when you look at the people in the middle. 

These are the people who, like me, have an internet connection, but have very slow connections. 

Many of them don’t have a connection in the first place. 

They’re not even using the internet at all. 

As a result, they are often unaware of the problem. 

This is a problem that affects us all.

So, what can we do about it?

In this article, we’ll look at how we can improve our internet speeds, but first, we need to understand what is slowing us down.

How internet speeds can be getting slower The speed of a connection is determined by the amount you have available for the device it’s connected to.

It’s also dependent on the network in which you’re connected to it.

For example, in a home, a DSL connection may offer much faster internet speeds than a fibre connection.

However, in cities, you might only have access to a fibre network, but a DSL link.

If you’re trying to stream a movie on Netflix, it might only be possible to access a DSL network.

While this may sound like an obvious comparison, it can be confusing.

In a nutshell, your internet speed can be determined by: how many packets you have in the connection