Structured Communications vs BT:
Broadband Performance Comparison

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Performance Score
Average Download 70.86 Mbps
Average Upload 18.3 Mbps
Average Latency 6ms (smaller is better)
 
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Performance Score
Average Download 35.64 Mbps
Average Upload 10.83 Mbps
Average Latency 11ms (smaller is better)
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NameSpeedPrice 
Fibre EssentialUp to 36 Mbps£27.99/moCheck Availability
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Fibre 1Up to 50 Mbps£28.99/moCheck Availability
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Fibre 2Up to 80 Mbps£32.99/moCheck Availability
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Service TypesFibreVDSL, Fibre
Average Speed Test Result70.86 Mbps35.64 Mbps
Tests above 50 Mbps60%35%
Speed Range Rank38th best speed range52nd best speed range
Speed Test Rank39th fastest2nd fastest

Structured Communications vs BT: Speed Comparison

Structured Communications Broadband is the 24th most tested broadband provider in the UK, while BT is the UK's second most tested ISP with 8,316,218 tests performed this year, compared to Structured Communications's 5,075 speed tests. While looking at the fastest speeds seen from each broadband provider often doesn't tell the full story — BT is first with 6,068.11 Mbps, Structured Communications 22nd with 912.7 Mbps — looking at download speed ranges alongside the percentage of speed tests higher than 50 Mbps will give a clearer picture. In this case, Structured Communications has a better broadband speed range than BT, ranking 38th nationally, compared to BT coming in at 52nd place. 60% of Structured Communications's internet speed test results were higher than 50 Mbps, compared to 35% of BT's.

Structured Communications vs BT: Performance Ranges Overview

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.


Looking at broadband performance, 37% of Structured Communications's internet speed tests were slow or very slow. This is better than BT, who had 49% of their broadband speed tests classied "slow" or worse. For the average user needing only adquate or "good" internet service, 42% of BT's download speeds fell between 30 and 80 Mbps. This is 1.5 times lower than the 62% of Structured Communications's speed test results in the same range. At the speedier end of the scale, only 2% of Structured Communications's broadband speed test results were faster than 80 Mbps, compared to 8% of BT's.

Structured Communications Broadband Performance Ranges

BT Broadband Performance Ranges

Structured Communications vs BT: Performance by Location

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Fastest locations for Structured Communications

LocationMedian Speed
Beckley and Stowood
Oxfordshire
94.57 Mbps
Ansty and Staplefield
West Sussex
89.72 Mbps
Forest Gate
Greater London
81 Mbps
Wandsworth
Greater London
73.52 Mbps
Forest Row
East Sussex
73.04 Mbps
Walsall
 
68.37 Mbps
Witley
Surrey
64.98 Mbps
Tower Hamlets
Greater London
62.23 Mbps
Birmingham
 
56.6 Mbps
Coventry
 
48.11 Mbps

Fastest locations for BT

LocationMedian Speed
Ancaster
Lincolnshire
797.17 Mbps
Great Finborough
Suffolk
641.16 Mbps
Little Eaton
Derbyshire
629.36 Mbps
Kinmel Bay and Towyn
Conwy
534.89 Mbps
Bishop Wilton
East Yorkshire
519.91 Mbps
Bishopston
City and County of Swansea
485.12 Mbps
Angle
Pembrokeshire
409.84 Mbps
Bowers Gifford and North Benfleet
Essex
370.47 Mbps
Stalmine-with-Staynall
Lancashire
311.75 Mbps
Hinxton
Cambridgeshire
308.66 Mbps

Structured Communications vs BT: Consumer Review Comparison

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5.00

2 Reviews
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2.79

632 Reviews
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1 star

Last updated: 05 Dec 2021