We’re outblasting the NBN!
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) recently published their report on broadband speeds from NBN providers across Australia.
The ACCC ranks its findings by calculating the percentage of the maximum plan download speed achieved by each provider during peak hour use. So basically, the closer to maximum speed your telco typically provides during its busiest hours – between 7pm and 11pm – the better its percentage score.
And we’re proud to say that compared to the major NBN providers we rank number 1 on performance!
|Provider||Actual evening peak average on 50Mbps* (based on %)||Actual evening peak average on 100Mbps* (based on %)|
|Clublinks Telecommunications||48.95 Mbps||97.90 Mbps|
|TPG||44.55 Mbps||89.10 Mbps|
|Aussie Broadband||43.75 Mbps||87.50 Mbps|
|iiNet||43.55 Mbps||87.10 Mbps|
|Telstra||41.55 Mbps||83.10 Mbps|
|Optus||41.35 Mbps||82.70 Mbps|
*Sources – 1. ACCC Speedtest Data from the Measuring Broadband Australia Report Nov 2018. 2. Clublinks internal Speedtest data measured every 20 minutes between 7pm-11pm during December 2018. Individual speeds may vary.