Must be some sort of weird BT thing, I live right by you and can select the Birmingham server (being on Virgin).
My 4G speed is on average between two to three times that of my landline BB, depending on the time of day.ayase said:That's an idea, I've never tested my mobile data speed before.robot monkey said:I cannot see how to post it up by from my iPad but over 4G I get 56.51 Mbps download & 21.18 Mbps upload.
Now I wish I hadn't, I knew it was slow. 3.43 down, 2.08 up. Ping 74ms. 4G in the North f*cking when, Three?
You might find that the touch doesn't support speed much higher than that.demonix said:Also I could only get just under 20Mb/s download on my iPod touch a little while after the connection went live.
This is normal where I live (see the first speed test on a few pages back).Baggie_Saiyan said:Holy smokes NormanicGrav !
NormanicGrav said:This is normal where I live (see the first speed test on a few pages back).Baggie_Saiyan said:Holy smokes NormanicGrav !
Turns out we were on dial up and didn't use the normal internet speed so as a result we had a significant internet boost from 0.25 to 1.4 Mb/s. Download speed wise - 50 KB/s to 150 KB/s.
Next year the village should be on super fast broadband but between now and then I'll be back in Uni where I'll have fibre optic anyway. But for now I can watch YouTube videos without a hussle.
The broadband should be way above that (Home sellers have listed our area to be around 24Mb/s or something) but as long as the cables are made of copper the entire village is limited to the number I said. It can't be helped that the main power source is in another village miles away which isn't helping, heck the village next to us is on fibre optic.Arbalest said:I'm surprised you can't hit much higher than that. Are you limited to something like 2-4mbps at best? I know that the internet at home has been/does get bad but we do reach a peak of about 7mbps if the evening is kind to us.