Internet access speed depends on the provider, tariff, network congestion, connection conditions. By improving any of the above indicators, you can increase the data transfer speed.
Change the way you connect to the internet. If you still use an analog modem, find out if there is an ADSL provider in your city. Even the cheapest unlimited tariff will provide a higher data transfer rate in this case. If you already have an ADSL connection, but the speed of loading pages does not suit you anyway, take a closer look at the services of providers using the Ethernet interface. However, in this case, you will have to lay an additional cable, as well as protect your computer from intranet attacks. An unlimited tariff when connecting via Ethernet will cost a little more than using ADSL.
If you use a wireless connection and your modem or phone only supports the GPRS protocol, try changing it to another one that supports EDGE, or better - 3G. The second connection method works only if it is supported by the base station. The fastest way to transfer data wirelessly is WiMax, but when using it, an unlimited tariff is much more expensive. Also, if you only use a wireless connection at home, it makes sense to change it to a wired one.
Even with the same provider and using the same connection method, the speed depends on the tariff you choose. Refuse the limit tariffs right away - it is difficult to calculate the intensity of network use in advance. Among the unlimited ones, choose the one that suits you both in terms of the "width" of the channel and in terms of cost. If you have not changed your tariff plan for several years, find out if it has become archived. By changing it to the recently introduced one, you can sometimes increase the speed, while simultaneously reducing the volume of the monthly payment.
Some providers and operators, even with an unlimited tariff, reduce the speed when a certain total volume of received and transmitted data is reached. The threshold is reset to zero every month, day or hour (the latter is preferable). You can get rid of this limitation by switching to a more expensive tariff plan, but this is not always acceptable. If you do not often need to download large files quickly, please use the temporary speed boost, which is available at an additional cost, where appropriate. Do not use this service too often.
For a user who does not want to change either the connection method, or the provider, or the tariff plan, virtual methods of speeding up access to sites that involve the use of proxy servers are suitable. Install Opera Mini and UC browsers on your phone, enable Turbo mode on the desktop version of the Opera browser, and when using other browsers, browse sites through the Skweezer service. Note that this will only speed up the loading of web pages, but not downloads. In this case, some of the page functions may be lost.