How do I change the Wi-Fi channel on my Vodafone broadband?

If you find that your Vodafone broadband is not working or is extremely slow, you can change the Wi-Fi channel to a less congested channel.

On the Vodafone App

  1. Open the Vodafone Broadband app
  2. Select WiFi at the bottom of your screen
  3. Click on Advanced Settings
  4. Scroll to the Performance header
  5. Select Channel Selection on the respective network you wish to change

Using your computer

  1. Connect your  Vodafone router with an Ethernet cable or  via WiFi
  2. Open  a browser and enter 192.168.1.1
  3. Log in using your router password or type Vodafone (if you haven’t changed it)
  4. Choose Expert mode in the top right of the screen
  5. Choose WiFi from the red banner
  6. Choose WiFi Settings from the tab on the left and you will now be able to change WiFi channels

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