Think about where you use the internet most and consider the best location for your router. It makes a big difference!
For the best results, this would usually be on an elevated surface in a central location (not in a cupboard/drawer/behind the TV).
Avoid physical obstructions such as thick walls, solid furniture or reflective surfaces. Steer clear of interference from other wi-fi or Bluetooth devices.
Always use CAT5e/CAT6 ethernet cable (between the fibre box and your wi-fi router) if you’re thinking of moving your wi-fi router to a slightly different position.