As for the router manipulation issue, if you bought your own router and installed it yourself. Any ISP would have to have your password to change any router settings. If they provided the router, then yes, maybe able to manipulate it. Internet bandwidth isn't delivered in "channels". That only takes place within the wifi of your home. Wifiblast doesn't really do what it says in their advertising.
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