There are exactly two types of people in this world.
Those who baulked at the price of a big mobile data plan, and now lurk the streets in constant search of Wi-Fi, from one McDonald's to the next, catting for their next hit. "One tap water, please! And what's your Wi-Fi password, by the way?". Parasites, every last one of them.
Then there are those who pay big bucks for 'ultra-fast' Internet on the monthly, only to get betrayed on a daily basis by excruciatingly slow loading speeds. Schmucks.
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But apparently, according to a report from Which? and analyst OpenSignal, it could be your city that's dragging your speeds down.
The study analysed 500M data readings from over 30,000 users, revealing that northern cities tended to achieve greater speeds.
Here's the table in full:
Middlesbrough/Teesside - 82.7%
Sheffield - 79.3%
Sunderland - 79%
Leicester - 78.6%
Leeds/West Yorkshire - 78.2%
Bournemouth/Poole - 67.5%
Southampton/Portsmouth - 69.6%
Cardiff - 71.8%
Nottingham - 73.3%
London - 73.6%