I am due to move to my new house at the end of the month. I initiated the house move process this afternoon. One of the things that was mentioned was that the speed at the new address was less than the one I live at now. Apparently there is no point in decreasing my package to Fibre 1 as I’d only save £1 a month.
I’m disappointed in the suggested decrease in speed as I’m not over the moon with my current speed and was putting up until the contract enabled me to move. I’ve tried to see what else is available at the new address and it seems there aren’t any major competitors- both Sky and Virgin draw a blank via their websites.
Is there any way of checking if I can get decent speeds or if I’m moving to a blackspot. What is also disconcerting is that I’m moving to a very old property and might well end up with Wi-fi issues along with speed issues.
You can enter your new address here and post results. Remember delete address but leave exchange and cab
Here you go. Thanks.
|Up to 5||--||3 to 7.5||Available|
|Up to 5||Up to 1||3 to 7.5||Available|
The exchange is not in a current fibre priority programme
WLR is currently available at the exchange
SOADSL is restricted at the exchange
FTTP is not available.
As you can see your expected speed range is 60/43mb and there is no waiting list so should be no problem with getting connection
This dslchecker information basically applies to any ISP who uses the openreach network