3 Tips for a Robust Mobile Internet Experience

3 Tips for a Robust Mobile Internet Experience

With almost a billion mobile internet users every year, and with a lot more ISPs starting to offer unlimited internet options to their mobile users, the favorite way for a lot of people to access the internet is on their mobile phone. In fact, research has shown that in some countries over 70% of internet users only access the internet via the mobile phone. The problem, however, is that as the mobile field starts to get more competitive, and as a lot more people are adapting to new smartphone technology and as a result using the internet more often, it can be very difficult to enjoy your mobile internet experience.

There are a lot of factors that comes to place when it comes to determining your mobile experience, and learning a few tricks for the difficult times won’t hurt at all (especially if you travel a lot and are likely to experience constant network problems). This article will be giving you a few tips to help you ensure robust mobile internet experience.

Try Changing Your Position

The first step you should take when trying to access the internet via your mobile phone is to change your position. It is very important to take this step even if your mobile phone is showing full network signals. A lot of people think that the fact that there is full network signal in a place means they will get better internet speeds, but that isn’t always the reality, simply because a network tower you are close to might be overloaded; that won’t prevent it from showing you full signals, but that will affect the speeds you get. However, by moving positions you will be able to connect to another tower, and even if the signal isn’t that full you might be able to get better speeds.
Don’t Rely on Just One Mobile Internet Provider

One thing I always advise people to do whenever they come to me complaining about having constant problems with their mobile internet is to never stick to one provider. In other words, I’m not trying to tell you to change providers; instead, I’m saying you should have two or more mobile network providers that you can easily fall back to should you have any problems along the way.

There are a lot of quality mobile internet providers around you, and you can even get better deals if you decide to use the internet to research them.

One thing I have always done that I will recommend is to have a variety of browsers you can always use whenever you want. The general consensus is to go with the default browser that comes with your mobile phone, but I have discovered that to be extremely ineffective over time.

Most default mobile browsers are designed in a way that they don’t have support for some elements that speed up web browsing, but by installing and trying additional mobile browsers you might be able to get the speed you want