Also your point about being under neath the antenna, the new 5g mast will be much closer to me so I will be quite far “underneath” that one too so I hope it doesn’t hinder things
Sorry, by underneath I meant that the tower block site is mounted high up - several dozens of meters - and you can see from cellmapper how far away it's coverage goes. Whereas the streetworls sites like the new 5G one is more like 15-20m - those are designed to serve the somewhat immediate area around then and why you find them in mostly residential areas.Also your point about being under neath the antenna, the new 5g mast will be much closer to me so I will be quite far “underneath” that one too so I hope it doesn’t hinder things
Mine does this on three all the time. In the mornings I can be hammering my connection seeing 80Mbps+ and then it'll drop to sub 1Mbps for no reason, rebooting cures it immediately and it'll return to full speed. During 11am-3pm if it starts this lark I can normally reboot the router and it'll return to around 20Mbps, but after 3pm most days the contention on my mast is so bad it makes no difference how many times I reboot the damn thing.
And if you swap back to 3internet APN again - presumably it stays quick? Indicating it feels like some kind of time/volume based cap is being reached and then becomes throttledHome broadband sim for me too. Also works swapping APN's, sometimes the 3internet one can be slow and i'll swap to three.co.uk and that'll be twice the bandwidth.
This was a thought I had too, and perhaps over time that data center gets more congested, leading to the reduced speeds.Perhaps it’s something else. Maybe each of the IP ranges is in a specific data centre or just something that’s actually different. When you’re creating a new session via reboot etc it swaps you to the currently most available, but probably still highly congested route.