I currently pay for a service that says I should get up to 10Mbps but I only get 2Mbps, why is that?
One of the problems with purchasing broadband, especially ADSL broadband delivered over copper, is that your supplier cannot guarantee that you will get a particular speed. There are a number of different factors that affect the speed of your broadband
Speeds are generally slower in the evening because there tends to be more people using the service in the evening than during the day. It’s the equivalent of the rush hour first thing in the morning and in the evening that adds a lot
Broadband speeds can be very confusing. So, for those of you who aren’t ‘techies’ this table shows what your broadband speed means in real terms.
Alongside price, speed is one of the key factors people talk about when it comes to choosing broadband. All of the ISPs quote the broadband download speed as a key part of their advertising, while discussions on download speeds have
Do a speed test! We have one here on our website but this is by no means the only one available, or indeed the best speed checker. There is no such thing as the ‘best’ speed checker and it is wise to take
When you connect to the internet, the download speed is the pace at which data (websites, programmes, music etc) is transferred from another computer to yours. Currently, when it comes to home broadband, advertised download speeds range from 8 Mbps
The answer to ‘What is Broadband’ above explains the different technologies available to deliver superfast broadband. Some involve laying fibre optic cable, but not all and it is likely the Connecting Devon and Somerset project will use a range of technologies.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you as fast as we can.
We’ve had one email so far from someone having a problem with the speed checker – we’ve checked extensively and found that it should work across most common operating systems / browsers / devices. The most likely problem is that
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