The Internet has become part of many people’s lives. Many are relying on the Internet for a variety of reasons including leisure, employment, communication, and education. It also has created alternative means of finding jobs. With the increasing necessity of the Internet, concerns such as slow connectivity should be addressed. This study was conducted to create a way in which multiple Internet connections can be utilized simultaneously without requiring the users to have a technical background. This study employs an applied research approach utilizing an incremental software process model, which provides better support for process iteration, reduction of rework of software, allow early delivery of the system components, and lower the risks of project failure. The programming language used was CSharp, and the resulting software was deployed and tested on a Windows operating system. Broadband connections were used with subscriptions from the three major Internet Service Providers (ISPs).