Deutsche Glasfaser Broadband Internet and Services

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Deutsche Glasfaser Broadband is a large internet provider in Germany. We have seen broadband speeds as high as 942.1 Mbps from Deutsche Glasfaser's coverage area, and most of their users see real-world internet speeds in the range of 46.7 to 286.14 Mbps. Deutsche Glasfaser Broadband is available in several large cities, including Hanover, Leipzig, Münster, Mönchengladbach, and Krefeld. In these cities, its fastest broadband speeds range from 13.5 to 297.88 Mbps. Of the smaller cities Deutsche Glasfaser Broadband serves, such as Mittelnkirchen, Bark, Grosskarlbach, Pfaffen-Schwabenheim, and Didderse, maximum internet speeds vary from 35.47 to 382.85 Mbps, and most of their customers obtain speeds between 75.11 and 382.85 Mbps.

Deutsche Glasfaser's Rankings Across Germany: Large Broadband Providers in 2020

7th

Fastest Speed

2nd

Best Speed Range

6th

Most Tested

Deutsche Glasfaser Broadband Speeds Over Time

We class broadband speed distributions as follows: very slow under 10 Mbps; slow 10-30 Mbps; adequate 30-60 Mbps; good 60-80 Mbps; fast 80-300 Mbps; very fast over 300 Mbps.

Deutsche Glasfaser's Fastest Towns and Cities in Germany

PositionCityMax SpeedTypical Speed RangeMedian Speed
1Maintal316.79 Mbps263.57—312.25 Mbps301.82 Mbps
2Erftstadt562.78 Mbps246.23—308.23 Mbps284.48 Mbps
3Leipzig688.24 Mbps198.11—297.88 Mbps204.56 Mbps
4Hofheim am Taunus313.63 Mbps134.13—300.31 Mbps202.68 Mbps
5Hildesheim316.92 Mbps81.79—236.33 Mbps152.02 Mbps

Deutsche Glasfaser's Slowest Towns and Cities in Germany

PositionCityMax SpeedTypical Speed RangeMedian Speed
1Oelde179.63 Mbps6.01—94.72 Mbps6.42 Mbps
2Preetz28.1 Mbps9.41—16.05 Mbps10.36 Mbps
3Verl499.55 Mbps6.78—51.33 Mbps11.07 Mbps
4Langen138.82 Mbps13.84—35.31 Mbps14.35 Mbps
5Bockenem585.35 Mbps12.88—91.83 Mbps16.25 Mbps

Deutsche Glasfaser Broadband Speed Distribution

 Percentage of Speed Tests in Speed Range
Internet Speed RangeDeutsche GlasfaserGermany
Very Slow: under 10 Mbps15%29.31%
Slow: 10-30 Mbps19.94%24.77%
Adequate: 30-60 Mbps17.60%21.47%
Good: 60-80 Mbps7.35%4.78%
Fast: 80-300 Mbps26.67%16.41%
Very Fast: over 300 Mbps13.43%3.26%

Deutsche Glasfaser Growth and Broadband Performance History: Towns and Cities

Deutsche Glasfaser Broadband in Regions and Counties

Deutsche Glasfaser Broadband Speed Test Results

We analysed users testing Deutsche Glasfaser multiple times, each test starting no more than 30 minutes after the previous internet speed test. On average, Deutsche Glasfaser customers ran 4 speed tests per session. Looking at broadband download speeds, if the download speed of a Deutsche Glasfaser user's final test is 10% faster than their starting download speed, we count that as a succesful and faster speed test result. We count an unsuccessful, slower result if the final result is 10% slower than the starting result; we'd consider this a customer Deutsche Glasfaser should speak to as soon as possible. For speed tests that don't vary by that much, we consider the final result to be the same. For Deutsche Glasfaser's customer base, of the speed tests we measured, 41.31% were fast, 27.69% slow, and 31% broadly the same.
Most Recent Tests
Town / CityStart Time# TestsDurationStart SpeedEnd SpeedStatus
Oyten, Lower Saxony19 Jun 2021 20:31:25314 mins173.16 Mbps66.52 MbpsNeeds help
Hamm, Regierungsbezirk Munster19 Jun 2021 20:37:4227 mins406.32 Mbps411.17 Mbps
Schellerten, Lower Saxony19 Jun 2021 20:39:10224 secs222.7 Mbps147.61 MbpsNeeds help
Schellerten, Lower Saxony19 Jun 2021 20:30:01256 secs376.38 Mbps341.19 Mbps
Schellerten, Lower Saxony19 Jun 2021 20:25:01231 secs24.1 Mbps20.13 MbpsNeeds help
Lingen, Lower Saxony19 Jun 2021 20:12:57273 secs42.64 Mbps43.58 Mbps
Friedrichshofen, Upper Bavaria19 Jun 2021 20:05:24241 secs7.22 Mbps2.17 MbpsNeeds help, very slow
Edemissen, Lower Saxony19 Jun 2021 19:55:14242 secs34.86 Mbps120.05 MbpsImproved
Hamm, Regierungsbezirk Munster19 Jun 2021 19:39:5429 mins14.15 Mbps55.99 MbpsImproved
Lingen, Lower Saxony19 Jun 2021 19:46:32235 secs0.3 Mbps1.66 MbpsNeeds help, very slow
Lingen, Lower Saxony19 Jun 2021 19:38:1723 mins9.6 Mbps22.14 MbpsImproved
Saarlouis, Saarland19 Jun 2021 19:39:0922 mins0.65 Mbps18.46 MbpsImproved
Schellerten, Lower Saxony19 Jun 2021 19:31:32210 mins6.84 Mbps11.56 MbpsImproved
Lengede, Lower Saxony19 Jun 2021 19:34:0433 mins92.75 Mbps92.81 Mbps
Hamm, Regierungsbezirk Munster19 Jun 2021 19:35:23214 secs9.96 Mbps13.42 MbpsImproved
Borken, Regierungsbezirk Munster19 Jun 2021 19:33:48232 secs366.65 Mbps362.86 Mbps
Oyten, Lower Saxony19 Jun 2021 19:29:48226 secs543.55 Mbps226.9 MbpsNeeds help
Kranenburg, Duesseldorf District19 Jun 2021 19:27:01382 secs92.03 Mbps29.26 MbpsNeeds help
Oyten, Lower Saxony19 Jun 2021 19:27:56215 secs32.31 Mbps38.06 MbpsImproved
Lingen, Lower Saxony19 Jun 2021 19:26:16224 secs43.92 Mbps43.47 Mbps

Deutsche Glasfaser in Large Towns and Cities

PositionCityMax SpeedTypical Speed Range
1Kiel463.37 Mbps28.72—361.76 Mbps
2Mülheim532.82 Mbps7.43—104.64 Mbps
3Neuss608.58 Mbps52.3—108.13 Mbps
4Ingolstadt612.27 Mbps90.98—298.74 Mbps
5Hildesheim316.92 Mbps81.79—236.33 Mbps
6Viersen227.14 Mbps68.04—100.82 Mbps
7Bocholt424.99 Mbps14.35—82.63 Mbps
8Grevenbroich918.87 Mbps80.22—364.75 Mbps
9Wesel735.45 Mbps31.9—151.13 Mbps
10Hürth882.04 Mbps93.92—203.76 Mbps
11Willich914.05 Mbps49.23—224.68 Mbps
12Lingen942.1 Mbps46.35—297.43 Mbps
13Erftstadt562.78 Mbps246.23—308.23 Mbps
14Peine420.21 Mbps22.64—129.93 Mbps
15Duelmen517.02 Mbps41.12—184.75 Mbps
16Alsdorf385.78 Mbps31.27—77.78 Mbps
17Kamen209.9 Mbps17.57—111.8 Mbps
18Erkelenz921.7 Mbps37.91—206.18 Mbps
19Rodgau286.25 Mbps34.08—133.33 Mbps
20Kaarst483.54 Mbps3.97—102.9 Mbps
21Heinsberg925.58 Mbps49.5—317.92 Mbps
22Borken940.79 Mbps62.54—339.77 Mbps
23Dreieich116.77 Mbps0—9.47 Mbps
24Hueckelhoven612.54 Mbps40.77—334.99 Mbps
25Kamp-Lintfort510.22 Mbps28.92—189.41 Mbps
26Warendorf934.79 Mbps42.1—304.01 Mbps
27Saarlouis901.41 Mbps43.78—210.52 Mbps
28Maintal316.79 Mbps263.57—312.25 Mbps
29Hofheim am Taunus313.63 Mbps134.13—300.31 Mbps
30Coesfeld919.4 Mbps28.21—168.72 Mbps
31Kempen189.35 Mbps38.17—103.16 Mbps
32Greven476.28 Mbps30.51—49.25 Mbps
33Meppen610.16 Mbps44.43—362.4 Mbps
34Geldern884.03 Mbps38.06—193.98 Mbps
35Goch210.01 Mbps47.6—203.24 Mbps
36Erding410.28 Mbps0—25.71 Mbps
37Korschenbroich781.94 Mbps51.53—340.2 Mbps
38Dietzenbach213.22 Mbps94—173.73 Mbps
39Stuhr391.38 Mbps101.14—340.7 Mbps
40Rheinberg803.91 Mbps104.37—610.64 Mbps
41Toenisvorst738.24 Mbps32.16—170.77 Mbps
42Achim614.56 Mbps40.57—219.85 Mbps
43Wegberg465 Mbps51.32—306.1 Mbps
44Haan255.19 Mbps80.59—208.83 Mbps
45Oelde179.63 Mbps6.01—94.72 Mbps
46Emmerich447.5 Mbps49.57—158.31 Mbps
47Neuburg an der Donau205.99 Mbps83.71—90.63 Mbps
48Geilenkirchen790.22 Mbps91.79—102.77 Mbps
49Baunatal866.09 Mbps33.83—150.21 Mbps
50Kevelaer207.44 Mbps23.81—102.19 Mbps
51Baesweiler391.8 Mbps43.87—117.03 Mbps
52Hamminkeln923.99 Mbps45.74—226.82 Mbps
53Kelkheim (Taunus)213.23 Mbps207.47—208.66 Mbps
54UEbach-Palenberg93.01 Mbps85.79—92.73 Mbps
55Bedburg916.92 Mbps33.3—262.88 Mbps
56Salzkotten918.76 Mbps40.11—249.98 Mbps
57Luedinghausen524.65 Mbps32.21—131.67 Mbps
58Verl499.55 Mbps6.78—51.33 Mbps
59Idstein589.25 Mbps91.07—248.99 Mbps
60Juchen919.34 Mbps41.04—223.68 Mbps
61Xanten784.19 Mbps30.18—269.74 Mbps
62Ennigerloh935.6 Mbps41.98—261.77 Mbps
63Stadtlohn300.86 Mbps0—18.69 Mbps
64Geseke409.04 Mbps64.09—178.62 Mbps
65Senden869.41 Mbps26.81—96.38 Mbps
66Hoerstel919.58 Mbps41.68—253.08 Mbps
67Seligenstadt559.88 Mbps45.16—155.46 Mbps
68Ochtrup688.66 Mbps33.7—228.09 Mbps
69Schwalmtal914.11 Mbps34.7—177.22 Mbps
70Rhede887.75 Mbps11.16—134.79 Mbps
71Vellmar66.71 Mbps29.61—59.17 Mbps
72Gescher927.29 Mbps38.99—232.05 Mbps
73Wassenberg563.44 Mbps28.07—106.8 Mbps
74Vechelde637.99 Mbps26.36—174.83 Mbps
75Bruggen235.34 Mbps44.84—90.01 Mbps
76Grefrath610.03 Mbps33.28—160.37 Mbps
77Preetz28.1 Mbps9.41—16.05 Mbps
78Koenigstein im Taunus231.67 Mbps0—43.1 Mbps
79Odenthal752.94 Mbps65.73—236.08 Mbps
80Bad Bentheim923.01 Mbps37.08—214.08 Mbps
81Straelen307.92 Mbps130.44—232.98 Mbps
82Oyten659 Mbps76.03—334.04 Mbps
83Beverungen108.39 Mbps17.57—60.79 Mbps
84Drensteinfurt588.79 Mbps46.01—271.71 Mbps
85Niedernhausen854.84 Mbps34.18—220.75 Mbps
86Bad Salzdetfurth569.49 Mbps38.34—228.26 Mbps
87Kalkar855.99 Mbps35.73—181.34 Mbps
88Neuenkirchen924.84 Mbps46.82—290.01 Mbps
89Belm33.07 Mbps5.04—7.18 Mbps
90Linnich311.5 Mbps36.61—153.01 Mbps
91Schermbeck308.82 Mbps14.74—192.89 Mbps
92Lotte252.34 Mbps11.23—45.48 Mbps
93Eppstein596.83 Mbps62.93—221.23 Mbps
94Velen612.49 Mbps47.74—220.87 Mbps
95Lengede908.43 Mbps44.77—224.65 Mbps
96Alpen202.16 Mbps23.04—144.36 Mbps
97Dinklage924.14 Mbps19.31—108.48 Mbps
98Rommerskirchen582.85 Mbps30.2—88.59 Mbps
99Mettingen736.24 Mbps34.94—353.6 Mbps
100Wickede833.78 Mbps57.64—160.38 Mbps

Frequently Asked Questions about Deutsche Glasfaser Broadband

How fast are Deutsche Glasfaser's broadband download speeds?
The fastest internet speed we've seen for Deutsche Glasfaser is 942.1 Mbps, and most people see broadband download speeds in the range of 46.7—286.14 Mbps.
Where is Deutsche Glasfaser Broadband Available?
We have recorded Deutsche Glasfaser Broadband internet speed tests in over 100 towns and cities, including Kiel, Mülheim, Neuss, Ingolstadt, and Hildesheim.
How do Deutsche Glasfaser's speeds compare to other internet providers?
Deutsche Glasfaser Broadband is ranked as the 7th fastest internet provider in Germany.
How many people use Deutsche Glasfaser as their ISP?
In Germany, Deutsche Glasfaser Broadband is the 6th most popular broadband provider.

Last updated: 19 Jun 2021