Switching broadband providers is usually simple and straightforward. Here’s the stuff you want to know: How do I switch to Digiweb? We make switching broadband providers simple. Simply Freephone 1800 28 58 28 to speak with our friendly, knowledgeable Sales team. We’ll be happy to assist you every step of the way. You’ll need your Universal Account Number (UAN) listed on
Understanding how much data various activities are likely to use can be really useful. Every time you use your home broadband, you’ll be using a certian amount of data. The amount you use will depend on the activity – so for example, streaming a movie will use significantly more data than doing a quick Google […]
Broadband speeds are measured in Mbps (megabits per second). Download speed is the speed with which you can receive content from the Internet. How quickly you can download a song, view a video or large document, etc. Upload speed is the speed with which you can send content. This could be sending an email, uploading photos to a website. Most people download much more than they upload, therefore Broadband download speeds are always set to be faster than upload speeds.
The term broadband commonly refers to high-speed Internet access that is always on. Digiweb Broadband services includes several high-speed transmission technologies such as Fibre, Fibre to the Home (FTTH), SIRO, DSL, Wireless and Satellite.
There are many factors that determine the speeds you receive to your device(s). If you’re experiencing speed issues please refer to the following to understand potential issues or Freephone 1800 285828 to speak with our knowledgeable technical staff who’ll be happy to take you through troubleshooting steps and offer their experience to help improve your
The location of your modem / router is very important. If your modem / router is stuck in a press or under a desk, the odds are your Wi-Fi speeds won’t be very good. Your modem should be in a central location. It should not be behind a television or cabinet. It should be placed high up, possibly on a shelf and not on the floor. This is because Wi-Fi signals are generated from the router, they can spread in upward or downward motions.