We see the words Super fast and Ultra fast being used in marketing for broadband connectivity all the time but what do they actually mean! (Stats can be found in House of Commons Library)
Superfast broadband does not have a single definition. The Government defines it as speeds greater than 24Mbps, whereas Ofcom and the European Commission define it as speeds greater than 30Mbps.
Ultrafast broadband does not have a single definition. The Government defines it as speeds of 100Mbps and higher, whereas Ofcom defines it as speeds greater than 300Mbps.
Where Standard broadband is concerned it is anything between 10Mbps and 30Mbps download.
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