An ISP likely comes with default settings which doesn’t optimize your connection speed. If you’re comfortable messing around with Internet settings, check out this handy tool to give things a boost. It makes a difference in web browsing speed, and even streaming from my Apple TV.
Open System Preferences
Double-click the Network icon
Click on your current connection
Click on Advanced
In the DNS tab, change the servers to the ones namebench gave you.
Go to Control Panel
Network Connections and select your local network.
Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
Change the DNS Servers to the ones namebench gave you.
This should speed up your internet either drastically, or enough to smile. Let us know if this helped you!
(If you’re fuzzy on what exactly DNS servers do for you, we’ve got info for you about that here.)