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will this router support 200 Mbps wifi

I subscribed for a copper broadband from Time warner for 200 mpbs down and 20mpbs up but the problem is ,the current router gives only 100 mpbs on wifi so will the router provide 200 mpbs wifi ? router is TP link archer c20i ,link for the router .unfortunately i can't get the information on the current router.

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In reply to: will this router support 200 Mbps wifi

But the airwaves must be clear and your client device compatible. I hear and read a lot of complaints about wifi speeds but it's more than just getting the router and compatible client wifi. It's also about what else is on the air in the area and the fact there wifi is shared access so your 200 Mbps cable will be less on wifi.

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The client device is iphone 6 ,iphone 4s and a laptop

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only about 2 to 3 devices use the wifi so i don't think it will reduce the speed much. i atleast need to get 150 mpbs with the router i mentioned above

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