Using a VPN can sometimes affect your internet speed. If you're experiencing slowness while connected to VPNSuper, here are a few reasons why and how to get things running smoothly again:

Possible Causes:

  • Distance Matters: Connecting to a VPN server far from your location can add lag and slow down your internet.
  • VPN Connection Fluctuations: Sometimes, the connection between the VPN and your internet service provider might be unstable.
  • Your Base Speed: If your internet connection is slow to begin with, a VPN won't magically make it faster.
  • Wireless vs. Wired: Wireless connections can be less stable than wired connections.

Troubleshooting Tips:

  • Switch Servers: Try connecting to a VPNSuper server closer to your actual location. This can significantly improve your internet speed.
  • Check Your Base Speed: Run an internet speed test to see what speed you're getting without the VPN. This will help you compare and identify if the slowdown is due to VPNSuper.
  • Wired Connection (if possible):  If you can, switch from Wi-Fi to a wired connection for a more stable and potentially faster internet experience.
  • Close Background Apps: Background apps using bandwidth can slow things down. Close any unnecessary apps running on your device.
  • Update the App: Make sure you're using the latest version of the VPNSuper app. Updates often include performance improvements.
  • Temporary Disconnect: Try disconnecting from VPNSuper for a moment to see if the slowness persists. This can help isolate the issue.
  • Contact Support: If you've tried these steps and your internet speed is still sluggish, reach out to VPNSuper's support team at: They're happy to help!