Combine Multiple Internet Connections into One
One of the more common encounters we have with multiple internet connections is that no single one of the is really truly fast (except perhaps if you are in a really good LTE spot) so the idea of actually combining several wired, 3G or 4G connections into a single very fast connection comes to mind.
The first solution that came to mind was a hardware approach much like a load-balancing router. Then we found out this nice little software called Connectify Dispatch.
Connectify allows you to use multiple sources of internet connection — wired LAN, WiFi, and USB tethering — and combine them into one single and fast internet connection.
What it actually does is use all the available connections and assigns the primary connection to resources that heavily needs them, then use the other connections to other applications/resources.
Where it actually makes really good use is with web browsing multiple tabs and downloading via torrents where it harnesses all the connections and use every available bandwidth it can get. The result is a really fast torrent downloads.
However, wehn you do simple tests over SpeedTest.net, you will only be getting the results of the primary (or the fastest) connection in the group.
Based on our test, we were able to hit about 1.4MB/s speeds on uTorrent. This is from three connections all running on Globe LTE (iPhoe 5S, LG G2 and Note 3). When we only use one, we’re only getting between 200-400KB/s.
Connectify also has a HotSpot software that will allow you to share all these combined connections to other WiFi devices.
Connectify is a paid software and costs $40 for a Lifetime license. You can download the Lite version here to try.