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FAQs - Frequently asked Questions

Here we list some of the questions people are always askingus and provide some answers to help you with your phone system, Wi-Fi, computor and general IT problems

Why is my Wi-Fi rubbish?

There are may factors these include: speed supported by access point, distance from access point, how many things are connecting to the access point, what bands other access points in your area are using, construction of building.... see more

How do I tidy up my data cabinet?

Look at the layout of your cabinet, are all the panels at the top & the active (powered) kit lower down, mixing phone and data cables together? If so then the patch panels are common to both sets of the active equipment so move them to the middle then leads don’t need to cross over each other – Up to voice and down to data. Patch the leads out so they go round the active equipment and if necessary you can just slide out old / faulty hardware without having to fight through lots of spaghetti. If you have gone to VoIP phones you can patch out all ports, have a very tidy cabinet and not need to touch it in the future.... see more

How do I save money on my phone bill / get cheaper phone calls?

The cheapest phone call charges in the UK are landline calls often below 1p per minute and calls to mobiles are under 5p per minute, at this level a 10% or 20% saving is barely noticed. For most people the largest element of the bill is line rental, now that too has come down or disappeared...see more

How do I speed up Windows 10 and stop it using all my bandwidth?

By default Windows 10 can send everything you enter to Microsoft, it downloads news and weather update and other items to distract you from the job in hand. Microsoft want you to use their cloud storage. This takes processing power, and slows your machine starting, and eats up your bandwidth.... see more


All prices exclude VAT, and were correct on 18/04/2017 17:33:48 , but should only be used as a guide.