Internet Providers in Lancashire

Lancashire
There are 24 different providers available to and being tested by people living in Lancashire. Typical internet speeds vary from 17.82 to 57.5 Mbps, and the highest speed we've seen is 913.39 Mbps from B4RN. Other fast providers include BT with 886.68 Mbps, Zen Internet with 815.54 Mbps, and Virgin Media with 809.9 Mbps. Overall, internet speeds in Lancashire are 14.06% worse than the United Kingdom national average of 29.72 Mbps. The most common provider in Lancashire is Virgin Media, their typical speeds ranging from 34.68 to 137.09 Mbps.

Lancashire Over Time

Summary of Internet Service Providers in Lancashire

#Provider NameMax SpeedTypical Speed Range# Cities Served
1BT886.68 Mbps19.75—49.62 Mbps51
2Sky Broadband147.03 Mbps11.12—38.49 Mbps47
3Plusnet101.1 Mbps14.71—35.55 Mbps46
4TalkTalk378.03 Mbps13.84—42.12 Mbps43
5EE280.6 Mbps16.4—51.9 Mbps42
6Vodafone206.84 Mbps20.05—37.64 Mbps36
7Post Office Broadband70.85 Mbps5.64—24.25 Mbps34
8Virgin Media809.9 Mbps34.68—137.09 Mbps28
9Zen Internet815.54 Mbps35.29—53.66 Mbps16
10KCOM144.28 Mbps7.55—27.01 Mbps15
11Boundless Networks161.12 Mbps12.65—46.49 Mbps13
12CIX304.34 Mbps1.33—30.13 Mbps6
13B4RN913.39 Mbps62.84—93.65 Mbps5
14Glide190.08 Mbps19.66—141.16 Mbps3
15Andrews & Arnold68.1 Mbps15.45—58.38 Mbps3
16NYnet85.53 Mbps30.73—63.14 Mbps2
17FibreNest408.41 Mbps23.6—113.88 Mbps1
18Community Fibre233.53 Mbps38.04—87.43 Mbps1
19iDNET36.81 Mbps24.8—34.59 Mbps1
20Zone Broadband227.33 Mbps10.66—29.16 Mbps1
21O2 Broadband68.02 Mbps10.14—13.27 Mbps1
22telcom (Velocity Fibre)53.2 Mbps7.68—12.76 Mbps1
23Cerberus Networks22.01 Mbps0—17.77 Mbps1
24The Phone Coop15.51 Mbps0.17—1.41 Mbps1

Cities and Provider Speeds in Lancashire

PositionCityMax SpeedTypical Speed Range50%# Providers
1Brierfield679.23 Mbps36.98—153.45 Mbps54.43 Mbps10
2Caton-with-Littledale913.39 Mbps31.48—93.52 Mbps50.64 Mbps8
3Saint Anne's on the Sea532.24 Mbps26.85—185.15 Mbps33.8 Mbps8
4Mellor631.83 Mbps23.33—81.66 Mbps33.17 Mbps9
5Burnley732.96 Mbps22.54—69.7 Mbps30.77 Mbps11
6Leyland576.41 Mbps21.58—77.04 Mbps30.77 Mbps10
7Euxton610.81 Mbps22.34—55.24 Mbps30.2 Mbps11
8Newton504.91 Mbps20.44—43.6 Mbps28.42 Mbps6
9Skelmersdale733.34 Mbps20.12—45.72 Mbps26.45 Mbps11
10Rossendale536.63 Mbps19.01—48.79 Mbps26.44 Mbps9
11Preston774.23 Mbps18.24—62.6 Mbps26.34 Mbps12
12Lancaster535.61 Mbps17.75—49.23 Mbps25.53 Mbps12
13Accrington756.3 Mbps18.2—58.9 Mbps25.19 Mbps14
14Fylde815.54 Mbps16.91—49.23 Mbps24.12 Mbps10
15Withnell529.88 Mbps16.52—50.39 Mbps24.08 Mbps8
16Barrowford457.67 Mbps16.13—57.11 Mbps24.04 Mbps9
17Ightenhill809.9 Mbps16.31—53.01 Mbps23.98 Mbps9
18Colne373.07 Mbps17.05—46.89 Mbps23.82 Mbps12
19Adlington379.09 Mbps15.77—49.06 Mbps23.1 Mbps9
20Chorley461.65 Mbps16.42—49.9 Mbps22.67 Mbps8
21Out Rawcliffe862.93 Mbps15.6—48.47 Mbps22.09 Mbps8
22Nelson510.8 Mbps14.72—51.7 Mbps20.54 Mbps8
23Morecambe495.86 Mbps13.73—43.49 Mbps20.24 Mbps8
24Thornton-Cleveleys652.5 Mbps14.66—41.38 Mbps20.24 Mbps10
25Wrightington818.73 Mbps13.46—52.36 Mbps20.1 Mbps9
26Freckleton886.68 Mbps13.91—53.64 Mbps20.08 Mbps11
27Aughton530.06 Mbps12.84—46.49 Mbps18.88 Mbps8
28Clitheroe221.16 Mbps13.64—35.29 Mbps17.57 Mbps8
29Barnoldswick305.64 Mbps12.36—36.26 Mbps17.18 Mbps9
30Burscough226.58 Mbps15.23—38.17 Mbps16.19 Mbps8
31Heaton-with-Oxcliffe378.72 Mbps11.67—33.6 Mbps14.99 Mbps8
32Fleetwood784.61 Mbps7.32—32.09 Mbps10.08 Mbps8

Frequently Asked Questions about Internet Providers in Lancashire

Lancashire has 24 ISPs available.
B4RN is the fastest provider in Lancashire with 913.39 Mbps, and an average speed range of 62.84—93.65 Mbps.
Users in Lancashire see an average internet speed of 17.82 up to 57.5 Mbps, and the fastest speed we've seen is 913.39 Mbps.
Virgin Media is available in Lancashire, and the fastest speed we've seen from them is 809.9 Mbps.
BT is available in Lancashire, and the fastest speed we've seen from them is 886.68 Mbps.
Sky Broadband is available in Lancashire, and the fastest speed we've seen from them is 147.03 Mbps.
The provider with the most users in Lancashire is Virgin Media.

Last updated: 20 Jan 2021