My Galaxy W has problems browsing the internet. When I open a web page, either via Google or directly, I often get a message to say the web page cannot be accessed. The progress bar on the browser moves about 10% and then stops. This happens at home, or on the road. When I'm home, I use WiFi via my wireless router, where I have a very fast and reliable fibre-to-the-cabinet connection, but I still have problems. However, I can connect to the web using my laptop, so it's not a router wireless problem. Away from home, my mobile network connection has plenty of signal, but I still get problems. If I use tethering, then I have no problem using the Galaxy as a WiFi hotspot, so the mobile network internet access is working fine. This suggested that the problem might be an interaction between WiFi and mobile data. As an experiment, at home I disabled Use Packet Data. I then found internet access works OK. So now, at home, I disable this option. Does anyone else have similar problems? How can I get WiFi working well at home without the need to disable Use Packet Data?