Residents in Saint-Laurent-Nouan have run speed tests on 4 broadband providers. This number is 27.39% above the France average of 3.14 internet service providers. Broadband Providers available in Saint-Laurent-Nouan include SFR Group, Orange France, and Free. The most common broadband provider in Saint-Laurent-Nouan is SFR Group, with a maximum recorded internet speed of 14.57 Mbps, and the typical home user seeing speeds in the range of 5.83—10.76 Mbps.Compare Local Providers
Saint-Laurent-Nouan's fastest provider is Free, and the highest speed we've seen from them is 20 Mbps.
Overall, the average real-world broadband speed that users will see in Saint-Laurent-Nouan is 6.91 Mbps, which is 77.82% below the France national average of 31.15 Mbps, and 68.16% below the average of 21.7 Mbps in Loir-et-Cher.
Internet speeds in Saint-Laurent-Nouan are typically faster than Salbris, but slower than Oisly. Nearby locations include Mer with speeds 5.96—30.03 Mbps, and Muides-sur-Loire with speeds 4.19—10.02 Mbps.
We rank each provider relative to all providers in France based on their median download and upload speeds, measured round trip time latencies, and the percentage of speeds tests that exceed 50 Mbps.
Customer ratings are based on local reviews matched to Saint-Laurent-Nouan IP addresses. Providers can be scored on a range of 1 to 10, and ranked relative to all providers in France.
Median Speed Test Result
The median is the middle result in the range of tests we measured for each provider in Saint-Laurent-Nouan in the past year. Median speeds provide a better comparison than raw averages because they control for the longtail of tests related to Wi-Fi issues. The charts below represent the distribution of tests associated with each provider from low to high.
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Saint-Laurent-Nouan's fastest speed
Typical speed range available to Saint-Laurent-Nouan residents
|Year||Saint-Laurent-Nouan Average||France Average||Difference|
|2018||4.92 Mbps||40.72 Mbps||87.92% Slower|
|2019||5.02 Mbps||47.72 Mbps||89.48% Slower|
|2020||7.72 Mbps||129.11 Mbps||94.02% Slower|
|2021||13.25 Mbps||111.05 Mbps||88.07% Slower|
|Percentage of Speed Tests in Speed Range|
|Internet Speed Range||Saint-Laurent-Nouan||Loir-et-Cher||France|
|Very Slow: under 10 Mbps||71.35%||35.48%||30.89%|
|Slow: 10-30 Mbps||26.40%||23.18%||19.82%|
|Adequate: 30-60 Mbps||0%||13.68%||13.44%|
|Good: 60-80 Mbps||0%||3.49%||4.21%|
|Fast: 80-300 Mbps||1.69%||14.02%||19.13%|
|Very Fast: over 300 Mbps||0.56%||10.16%||12.52%|
|City / Town||Max Speed||Typical Speed Range||Median|
|Paris||1591.04 Mbps||27.84—229.12 Mbps||52.86 Mbps||Faster|
|Lyon||944.69 Mbps||34.81—263.94 Mbps||49.77 Mbps||Faster|
|Toulouse||1725.37 Mbps||22.35—197.15 Mbps||39.25 Mbps||Faster|
|Nice||1504.41 Mbps||24.68—205.73 Mbps||44.36 Mbps||Faster|
|Nantes||2501.87 Mbps||22.96—268.94 Mbps||41.25 Mbps||Faster|
|Strasbourg||2154.32 Mbps||32.44—290.13 Mbps||53.51 Mbps||Faster|
|Montpellier||1576.5 Mbps||22.15—241 Mbps||38.39 Mbps||Faster|
|Bordeaux||2268.79 Mbps||25.94—220.96 Mbps||42.21 Mbps||Faster|
|Lille||1820.57 Mbps||9.61—18.09 Mbps||10.71 Mbps||Faster|
|Saint-Laurent-Nouan||730.45 Mbps||5.98—11.6 Mbps||6.91 Mbps||-|
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.
|Position||City / Town||Max Speed||Typical Speed Range||Median|
|74||Fresnes||458.32 Mbps||6.1—14.68 Mbps||7.03 Mbps||Faster|
|75||Oisly||533.76 Mbps||5.21—49.15 Mbps||6.98 Mbps||Faster|
|76||Saint-Laurent-Nouan||730.45 Mbps||5.98—11.6 Mbps||6.91 Mbps||-|
|77||Salbris||875.46 Mbps||4.65—20.48 Mbps||6.9 Mbps||Slower|
|78||Menars||319.62 Mbps||5.26—43.59 Mbps||6.86 Mbps||Slower|
We analysed the results of people in Saint-Laurent-Nouan testing broadband providers multiple times, with each test starting no more than 30 minutes after the previous speed test. On average, people in Saint-Laurent-Nouan ran 2 internet speed tests per session. Looking at broadband download speeds, if the Saint-Laurent-Nouan resident'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 hope their ISP contacts them ASAP! For broadband speed tests that don't vary by that much, we consider the final result to be the same. For Saint-Laurent-Nouan's residents, of the internet speed tests we measured, 66.67% were fast, 0% slow, and 33.33% broadly the same.
|Provider||Start Time||# Tests||Duration||Start Speed||End Speed||Status|
|Orange France||01 Jan 2022 10:57:31||2||16 mins||6.34 Mbps||6.31 Mbps||Needs help, very slow|
|Orange France||13 Dec 2021 18:30:21||2||41 secs||0.33 Mbps||2.93 Mbps||Needs help, very slow|
|SFR Group||05 Dec 2021 16:34:42||2||9 mins||1.64 Mbps||3.06 Mbps||Needs help, very slow|
Saint-Laurent-Nouan has 4 ISPs tested by its 3,830 residents.
Free is the fastest broadband provider in Saint-Laurent-Nouan with 20 Mbps, and an average internet speed range of 5.63—12.83 Mbps.
The best internet provider in Saint-Laurent-Nouan is Free, and their users typically see broadband speeds in the range of 5.63 to 12.83 Mbps.
Users in Saint-Laurent-Nouan see an average internet speed of 5.98 up to 9631 Mbps, and the fastest speed we've seen is 730.45 Mbps.
Broadband service from SFR Group is available in Saint-Laurent-Nouan, and the fastest speed we've seen from them is 14.57 Mbps.
Broadband service from Orange France is available in Saint-Laurent-Nouan, and the fastest speed we've seen from them is 730.45 Mbps.
Broadband service from Free is available in Saint-Laurent-Nouan, and the fastest speed we've seen from them is 20 Mbps.
The broadband provider with the most users in Saint-Laurent-Nouan is SFR Group.
Author: Thomas Buck
Last Reviewed By: Tyler Cooper
Published: 10 Nov 2019
Last Updated: 17 Jan 2022