I have internet through talktalk. I have a new wireless n belkin modem router and n wireless adaptor. firmware and drivers are up to date.
At bottom right of screen near the clock the wirelss screen icon shows as 54mbps rather than the 150 or 300 mbps it should read as. within the settings of the modem the g and also n settings are enabled.
...erm, what has the "tariff" got to with anything?
802.11n is a wireless networking protocol used to connect a computer's Wireless Network Adapter to a Router. The router doesn't need to be connected to the internet for PC and router to communicate properly, so anything related to the ISP is immaterial.
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