What broadband speed do I need?

Broadband speed of 10Mb will be okay for one or two individuals browsing the internet, sending emails and streaming Netflix.

A household of three to four moderate users would require a download speed of 30Mb.

If the members of your household are heavy users, i.e multiple people streaming movies/Netflix and using game consoles or online gaming, we recommend a download speed of over 30Mb.


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