Fastest broadband speed and connection deals in Stonehouse
Need help finding the best internet speed and connection package available in Stonehouse?
Take a look at the huge selection of internet broadband offers available in Stonehouse this week. Use the filters below to find the best broadband package deal for your home based on your speed, price or package requirements.
Compare the Best Broadband Internet Deals in Stonehouse This Week
Most Popular Broadband Deal
|NOW Super Fibre Broadband|
63Mb Avg. Download Speed · 12 Months contract · £0 Set-up · Only £22 per month · View Deal
TV Add-ons: Add Entertainment TV (£9.99 p/m), Sky Cinema channels (£4.99 p/m) or All Sky Sports channels (£25 p/m).
What broadband speed do I need?
The table below will help give you a better idea of the broadband speed you need depending on how you use your internet connection. Having an understanding of the internet speed you need is an important step in finding the best fit internet connection in Stonehouse depending on your requirements.
|How do you use your Internet Connection?||Minimum Download Speed Required|
Household of 1 - 3 individuals: Web Surfing, Email, Online Shopping, Social Media, Music Streaming, Standard Definition (SD) Video streaming.
|Up to 25Mb|
Household of 3 - 4 individuals: High Definition (HD) Video Streaming, Social Media, Video conferencing, Skype, Zoom, FaceTime, Online Gaming, Streaming music.
|30 - 50Mb|
Household of 4 - 6 individuals: Multiple Heavy Users, Smart Home devices, Recording & Surveillance devices, Ultra High Definition (UHD) Video Streaming, Netflix, Gaming, etc
|50 - 100Mb|
Household of 6+ individuals: Multiple heavy users performing all of the above plus frequently downloading/uploading large files, peer-to-peer file sharing and Avid online gamers.
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Which Broadband Provider has the Best Customer Service?The Office of Communications (Ofcom) are the UK’s telecoms regulator and competition authority for the broadcasting, telecommunications and postal industries. Office of Communications (Ofcom) the UK’s communications regulator monitor and conduct research into the quality of service and satisfaction across the main broadband providers in the United Kingdom. The main providers are those with a market share of 4% and above. Currently, the main communication services providers reviewed by Office of Communications (Ofcom) are BT Broadband, Plusnet, Virgin Media, SKY, EE, Vodafone, TalkTalk and KCOM. Here’s a summary of OfCom’s latest report (Published May 2022).
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What’s the speed of my Stonehouse broadband connection?
Do you know the speed of your current broadband internet connection? Check the internet speed of your Stonehouse broadband connection using the Ookla broadband speed test widget on our website. If you are not receiving the broadband speed that you are paying for, you may be able to cancel your Stonehouse broadband internet service early without any cancellation penalties.
|Sky Superfast Broadband|
59Mb Average Download Speed · 18 Months contract · £0 Set-up
What broadband speed are other people in Stonehouse getting?
The results below are from internet broadband speedtests performed on this website using the speedtest widget in the last 3 months.
|Region||City||Provider||Download Speed||Upload Speed||Latency (ms)||Jitter|
|South Lanarkshire||Stonehouse||Sky||23.6 Mbps||12.8 Mbps||25||7|
|South Lanarkshire||Stonehouse||Sky||22.6 Mbps||12.8 Mbps||33||7|
|South Lanarkshire||Stonehouse||Sky||20.2 Mbps||12.9 Mbps||32||125|
|South Lanarkshire||Stonehouse||Sky||13.9 Mbps||12.9 Mbps||34||12|
|South Lanarkshire||Stonehouse||Sky||17.8 Mbps||13.0 Mbps||33||2|
If the above table is empty, there were no speed tests performed from Stonehouse performed in the last three months.
What is the best internet broadband speed in Stonehouse?Instead of entering your postcode into several broadband price comparisons sites to find the best internet speed you can get in Stonehouse, use the Ofcom (the UK’s telecoms regulator) broadband internet availability checker to see the fastest broadband internet connection available in Stonehouse. Ofcom gather broadband coverage information from ISPs (Internet Service Providers) up to three times a year – January, May and December. Follow the link below to see the best internet speed available in Stonehouse.
- United Kingdom Broadband Internet Coverage Check.
- Office of Communications (Ofcom) internet coverage and speed checker
Sample results after running the broadband availability checker:
Standard: Broadband download speeds of less than 30Mbps
Superfast: Broadband download speeds between 30 – 300Mbps
Ultrafast: Broadband download speeds greater than 300Mbps
In the above example, this would mean that the fastest Internet speed available in Stonehouse would be 200Mbps. You still have to enter your Stonehouse postcode on the Internet service provider’s website to check the minimum guaranteed Internet connection speed available at your exact location in Stonehouse when placing on order.
What is the fastest broadband in the UK?
- BT Ultrafast Fibre Broadband – offering average download speeds up to 900Mbps
- Vodafone Full Fibre Broadband – offering average download speeds up to 900Mbps
- Sky Ultrafast Fibre Broadband – offering average download speeds up to 900Mbps
- EE Fibre Max Broadband – offering average download speeds up to 300Mbps
- Hyperoptic Ultrafast Fibre Broadband – offering average download speeds up to 900Mbps
- Virgin Media Ultrafast Cable Broadband – offering download speeds in excess of 1Gb
- YouFibre Full Fibre Broadband – offering average download speeds up to 920Mbps
We suggest that you follow the above links and run the availability checker on the Internet Service Providers (ISP) website to see whether their high speed Internet packages are available on your road.