Internet Providers in Buckinghamshire

Buckinghamshire
There are 27 different providers available to and being tested by people living in Buckinghamshire. Typical internet speeds vary from 18.39 to 63.12 Mbps, and the highest speed we've seen is 871.12 Mbps from Virgin Media. Other fast providers include BT with 837.22 Mbps, Gigaclear with 687.52 Mbps, and Vodafone with 606.61 Mbps. Overall, internet speeds in Buckinghamshire are 11.48% better than the United Kingdom national average of 23.09 Mbps. The most common provider in Buckinghamshire is BT, their typical speeds ranging from 18.27 to 52.5 Mbps.

Buckinghamshire Over Time

Summary of Internet Service Providers in Buckinghamshire

#Provider NameMax SpeedTypical Speed Range# Cities Served
1BT837.22 Mbps18.27—52.5 Mbps39
2Plusnet75.03 Mbps12.68—35.52 Mbps33
3Vodafone606.61 Mbps17.84—37.84 Mbps30
4TalkTalk151.75 Mbps13.65—36.7 Mbps29
5Sky Broadband146.53 Mbps12.53—40.28 Mbps27
6EE288.33 Mbps13.1—35.78 Mbps25
7Post Office Broadband74.55 Mbps4.57—14.89 Mbps18
8Virgin Media871.12 Mbps38.76—131.34 Mbps17
9Zen Internet577.28 Mbps24.79—72.79 Mbps15
10Independent Fibre Networks367.21 Mbps24.28—71.54 Mbps10
11Gigaclear687.52 Mbps48.74—264 Mbps8
12KCOM151.91 Mbps10.43—38.19 Mbps7
13CIX338.45 Mbps19.06—72.94 Mbps6
14Andrews & Arnold150.26 Mbps141.61—148.05 Mbps4
15iDNET193.8 Mbps14.07—53.15 Mbps4
16CCS Leeds126.41 Mbps29.9—100.95 Mbps3
17Origin Broadband73.82 Mbps5.45—19.48 Mbps3
18Cerberus Networks72.84 Mbps21.76—70.72 Mbps2
19Hyperoptic170.12 Mbps61.64—168.94 Mbps1
20Spitfire471.9 Mbps5.39—11.53 Mbps1
21Internet Central55.05 Mbps48.2—50.24 Mbps1
22FastNet61.72 Mbps5.04—58.72 Mbps1
23O2 Broadband17.65 Mbps0—17.12 Mbps1
24BazTel38.3 Mbps9.62—26.45 Mbps1
25Village Networks264.69 Mbps5.11—20.26 Mbps1
26Gradwell16.23 Mbps0—8.32 Mbps1
27Aquiss20.36 Mbps3.52—7.49 Mbps1

Cities and Provider Speeds in Buckinghamshire

PositionCityMax SpeedTypical Speed Range50%# Providers
1Ellesborough150.26 Mbps141.63—148.05 Mbps145.36 Mbps2
2Marsh Gibbon687.52 Mbps49.97—198.94 Mbps51.8 Mbps3
3Chesham577.28 Mbps25.8—108.66 Mbps34.99 Mbps10
4Gerrards Cross286.84 Mbps23.71—47.53 Mbps32.91 Mbps9
5Aylesbury662.88 Mbps23—84.48 Mbps32.27 Mbps17
6Chalfont St Peter546.58 Mbps22.92—52.66 Mbps29.92 Mbps13
7Dorney746.11 Mbps21.01—74.15 Mbps29.57 Mbps10
8Waddesdon406.42 Mbps20.04—64.35 Mbps28.98 Mbps5
9Amersham800.14 Mbps18.42—65.08 Mbps27.45 Mbps9
10Beaconsfield471.9 Mbps19.3—52.46 Mbps25.57 Mbps8
11Haddenham184.79 Mbps21.53—56.24 Mbps24.89 Mbps9
12Brill307.87 Mbps17.28—56.89 Mbps24.77 Mbps6
13Burnham871.12 Mbps17.08—64.52 Mbps24.72 Mbps11
14Marsworth370.04 Mbps19.95—46.21 Mbps24.34 Mbps7
15Chalfont St Giles292.38 Mbps16.8—45.94 Mbps23.52 Mbps7
16Downley488.27 Mbps16.64—53.31 Mbps23.13 Mbps9
17Wendover366.14 Mbps15.47—64.56 Mbps23.04 Mbps12
18Wooburn216.04 Mbps16.04—42.91 Mbps22.06 Mbps8
19Great Missenden336.89 Mbps17.1—51.48 Mbps21.97 Mbps7
20Marlow235.72 Mbps16.71—47.14 Mbps20.16 Mbps7
21Addington548.17 Mbps12.7—53.14 Mbps19.55 Mbps14
22High Wycombe837.22 Mbps15.88—43.94 Mbps19.41 Mbps12
23Hazlemere297.65 Mbps16.4—40.27 Mbps19.16 Mbps8
24Denham481.05 Mbps16.75—48.28 Mbps18.14 Mbps11
25Iver415.08 Mbps13.59—41.89 Mbps18.07 Mbps8
26Ibstone272.92 Mbps12.45—40.2 Mbps16.26 Mbps4
27Princes Risborough301.81 Mbps10.89—39.89 Mbps16.02 Mbps11
28Aston Abbotts293.8 Mbps9.55—46.14 Mbps15.06 Mbps6

Frequently Asked Questions about Internet Providers in Buckinghamshire

Buckinghamshire has 27 ISPs available.
Virgin Media is the fastest provider in Buckinghamshire with 871.12 Mbps, and an average speed range of 38.76—131.34 Mbps.
Users in Buckinghamshire see an average internet speed of 18.39 up to 63.12 Mbps, and the fastest speed we've seen is 871.12 Mbps.
BT is available in Buckinghamshire, and the fastest speed we've seen from them is 837.22 Mbps.
Virgin Media is available in Buckinghamshire, and the fastest speed we've seen from them is 871.12 Mbps.
Sky Broadband is available in Buckinghamshire, and the fastest speed we've seen from them is 146.53 Mbps.
The provider with the most users in Buckinghamshire is BT.

Last updated: 01 Jul 2020