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How I fixed my Wi-Fi by ditching shitty consumer hardware

Almost everyone has a story about their crappy home Wi-Fi connection, usually relating to a particular house they lived in with an obscure shape. It’s a nightmare when you know your connection is great, but you can’t get the speeds you’re paying for everywhere. Until recently, I was one of those people that constantly complained about the bad Wi-Fi at the back of my house.
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