Internet Providers in East Sussex

There are 22 different broadband providers available to and being tested by people living in East Sussex. Typical internet speeds vary from 23.57 to 58.78 Mbps, and the highest broadband speed we've seen is 936.48 Mbps from Vodafone. Other fast internet providers include BT with 928.23 Mbps, Call Flow Solutions with 927 Mbps, and Trunk Networks with 858.93 Mbps. Overall, internet speeds in East Sussex are 15.92% worse than the United Kingdom national average of 37 Mbps. The most common broadprovider in East Sussex is BT, and their typical speeds range from 27.31 to 65.72 Mbps.

East Sussex 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.

Summary of Internet Service Providers in East Sussex

#Provider NameMax Download SpeedTypical Speed Range# Cities Served
1BT928.23 Mbps27.31—65.72 Mbps28
2Plusnet74.78 Mbps18.28—46.79 Mbps27
3EE643.59 Mbps18.2—51.44 Mbps25
4TalkTalk524.65 Mbps22.98—54.18 Mbps23
5Sky Broadband509.81 Mbps21.21—54.29 Mbps21
6Zen Internet651.81 Mbps70.59—93.8 Mbps18
7Shell Energy74.34 Mbps6.89—26.28 Mbps18
8Vodafone936.48 Mbps28.12—56.18 Mbps14
9Trunk Networks858.93 Mbps41.48—295.11 Mbps7
10FastNet73.34 Mbps11.08—55.05 Mbps7
11Andrews & Arnold74.36 Mbps54.76—56.34 Mbps5
12Virgin Media575.79 Mbps12.34—92.98 Mbps3
13CIX94.35 Mbps12.07—64.41 Mbps3
14Call Flow Solutions927 Mbps71.55—307.96 Mbps2
15Independent Fibre Networks180.2 Mbps49.74—115.47 Mbps2
16KCOM71.46 Mbps6.5—45.28 Mbps2
17Cerberus Networks643.25 Mbps68.42—296.28 Mbps1
18Structured Communications134.34 Mbps72.6—73.44 Mbps1
19Spitfire86.3 Mbps32.54—35.65 Mbps1
20O2 Broadband67.8 Mbps8.26—67.02 Mbps1
21Exascale32.57 Mbps14.9—24.8 Mbps1
22Origin Broadband36.5 Mbps3.99—13.44 Mbps1

Cities and Broadband Provider Speeds in East Sussex

PositionCityMax Download SpeedTypical Speed RangeMedian Speed# Providers
1Mayfield and Five Ashes898.01 Mbps93—145.55 Mbps93.49 Mbps8
2Forest Row627.39 Mbps66.87—73.35 Mbps70.53 Mbps7
3Lewes910.75 Mbps36.61—66.09 Mbps48.55 Mbps9
4Uckfield912.32 Mbps31.6—72.65 Mbps37.3 Mbps11
5Peacehaven575.79 Mbps26.68—50.45 Mbps34.91 Mbps9
6Warbleton936.48 Mbps25.23—71.71 Mbps33.89 Mbps11
7Guestling424.64 Mbps22.34—69.28 Mbps32.46 Mbps7
8Beckley590.02 Mbps23.89—53.04 Mbps32.34 Mbps6
9Heathfield and Waldron891.31 Mbps24.87—52.87 Mbps30.91 Mbps9
10Hailsham889.36 Mbps25.6—53.84 Mbps30.18 Mbps10
11Eastbourne928.23 Mbps22.16—54.02 Mbps29.48 Mbps14
12Hastings923.26 Mbps21.77—52.55 Mbps29.12 Mbps11
13Alciston918.87 Mbps19.96—98.87 Mbps27.54 Mbps7
14Ashburnham901.26 Mbps20.35—49.5 Mbps27.29 Mbps8
15Bexhill911.03 Mbps20.7—51.5 Mbps27.04 Mbps12
16Seaford542.82 Mbps20.44—48.4 Mbps25.55 Mbps7
17Rotherfield927 Mbps17.93—56.37 Mbps25.36 Mbps10
18Ticehurst909.99 Mbps13.05—53.27 Mbps23.88 Mbps6
19Fairlight147.81 Mbps17.68—70.7 Mbps18.03 Mbps5
20Icklesham775.84 Mbps15.66—50.05 Mbps16.13 Mbps5
21Newhaven150.27 Mbps11.29—39.95 Mbps15.5 Mbps9
22Wivelsfield303.36 Mbps6.02—31.5 Mbps7.89 Mbps1

Frequently Asked Questions about Internet Providers in East Sussex

How many providers in East Sussex are there?
East Sussex has 22 ISPs available.
Who is the fastest provider in East Sussex?
Vodafone is the fastest provider in East Sussex with 936.48 Mbps, and an average speed range of 28.12—56.18 Mbps.
What is the average internet speed in East Sussex?
Users in East Sussex see an average internet speed of 23.57 up to 58.78 Mbps, and the fastest speed we've seen is 936.48 Mbps.
Is BT available in East Sussex?
BT is available in East Sussex, and the fastest speed we've seen from them is 928.23 Mbps.
Is Sky Broadband available in East Sussex?
Sky Broadband is available in East Sussex, and the fastest speed we've seen from them is 509.81 Mbps.
Is Plusnet available in East Sussex?
Plusnet is available in East Sussex, and the fastest speed we've seen from them is 74.78 Mbps.
Who is the the most popular provider in East Sussex?
The provider with the most users in East Sussex is BT.

Last updated: 19 Oct 2021