* BT always offers you the best speed possible on your line. Typically 80% of customers
receive speeds within or above this range. The speed prediction we have given here is an
estimate, however download speeds can vary and the actual download speed will fall within
a range. The BT broadband range is an indication of the speed that other similar lines
across the UK have achieved for their broadband service.
The actual speed depends on several factors such as the product option you choose, the
processing power of your computer, how many people are using your broadband connection at
the same time, whether you use a wireless or cable connection, the speed of the websites
that you visit and the performance of our network. Speeds to be lower at peak times – peak
times are evenings and weekend.
In the first ten days you may see your speed go up and down. When using a postcode only
(rather than a telephone number) the checker results are less accurate. We use a best
guess of where you live based on the centre point of the postcode and not the exact
routing of the line to your address, and so the result must be treated with caution.
Where we’re able to provide a date for future fibre availability, it is
indicative only and subject to change.