I'm looking at moving to a flat & have just been told that I can only get speed of 1-3mbps. I was shocked at this but due to the location nothing can do about it.
Is this speed accurate & has anyone any experience with broadband this low?
Will I be able to stream Netflix BT TV, BT sport & all other stuff used with broadband?
Any help & advice much appreciated.
Im looking at moving to a flat but have just been to check broadband deals & I've been quoted that the speed is 1-3mbps is as good as I can get due to location of the flat.
Has anyone had broadband this low before & are the BT speed checkers accurate for this low speed?
Any help & advice much appreciated
As it will only take over when your broadband fails, it doesn't help you much.
Have you considered 4G broadband?
@Dizzie40 4G broadband is basically a slightly more powerful mobile receiver that either plugs into a PC etc or a hub. It connects to the 4 or 5G network to give you a usable internet connection. The costs are normally higher but cheaper than paying for an infrastructure upgrade. If you run a speed test on a 4 or 5G mobile, you'll get an idea of what speeds you'll be able to get.
Another option is a Starlink satellite connection but that'll cost about £90 per month plus £500 for the kit and a connection fee.