I have a bell, some smart cameras and sockets that don't have a hub, e.g. Philips Hue Bridge. I pay for a 900 Mbps broadband download in the UK (BT fiber) when connected to the router via Ethernet. I get 900 Mbps. However, when I'm on the phone, I get about 30 Mbps. Background: I live in a 2-bedroom house with wooden walls. It's just me and my girlfriend, and the router is under the stairs through all the connections. I also use the router from the first part of the provider (BT). Any ideas on how to increase this and / or improve my devices without giving up. Thank you
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