Take a look at the types of broadband and speeds you can get with Vodafone.
Important things to know
For the most reliable test result, we recommend you use the Speedtest app with an Ethernet cable to connect to your router. This prevents your result from being influenced by your Wi-Fi performance.
Remember - your broadband speed will vary depending on how far you are from our router (if you are testing over Wi-Fi) and how many other people are using your network. The speed of your broadband connection is the theoretical maximum, and not a guaranteed speed.
The data transfer rate used in speed tests is normally megabits per second. Megabits are typically represented as Mbit/s or Mbps. You want to be as close to the theoretical maximum that you can achieve for your connection type.
The maximum speed (measured in megabits per second) data can be sent to your computer.
The percentage of units of data that are lost whilst travelling from source to destination.
The maximum speed (measured in megabits per second) data from your computer can be sent to the network.
ISP is an acronym that stands for Internet Service Provider. ISP is commonly used to describe a business that provides internet access, whether that is to households or other businesses.
The address used to send data between your computer and the network. I.P. stands for Internet Protocol.
The amount of time (milliseconds) it takes a unit of data to travel from source to destination.
FTTH stands for Fibre To The Home. This means that the Fibre network reaches your property.
FTTN stands for Fibre To The Node. This means that the Fibre network reaches a street cabinet.
Fibre broadband uses fibre optic technology to deliver your data much faster than standard copper lines. Fibre has a theoretical maximum speed of 1Gbps. Real world speeds are likely to measure over 900Mbps