Actual UK broadband speeds only 50% of advertised maximum

The UK’s telecoms regulator Ofcom has boldly gone where no FCC has gone before: to the people, in order to measure actual broadband speeds around the country.



I live in a rural area and only get about 8% of the advertised 8m but have to pay full price. This is one of the joys of living in the country and so far away from the exchange.