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What do broadband speeds mean?

Broadband speeds are measured in megabits per second (Mbps). A megabit is a million bits and each bit is a small unit of data.

The more Mbps you have, the faster your download and upload speed should be.

The broadband speeds we refer to when you place an order with us are the maximum download and upload speeds using a wired connection.

Speeds may vary significantly by location and are dependent on all equipment meeting minimum specifications, being fully functional and working at full speed.

If you’re accessing Vodafone Broadband over Wi-Fi the speed may vary according to your equipment and the layout of your home. Other factors can also impact internet speeds, such as distance of your home from the network exchange, the number of people in your household using your broadband connection, the level of public use of the internet and other environmental and technological influences.

For more information, please see our Broadband speed guide [PDF:684KB]

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