In today’s digital age, having a reliable internet connection and strong mobile signal has become essential for many people. Whether it’s for work, entertainment, or staying connected with loved ones, we rely on these services to keep us connected to the world around us. But how can we determine the quality of these services before committing to a property? provides valuable information to buyers and renters about the properties they are interested in. This includes additional data such as broadband availability and predicted speed, as well as mobile phone signal availability and predicted strength.

To assess broadband availability and speed, uses a simple measurement known as megabits per second (Mbps). The higher the Mbps, the faster the connection. The predicted speed is based on the highest speed offered by any major broadband network in the area. It is important to note that these predictions are not guaranteed, but rather serve as an indication of the potential speed.

There are three different categories that may display: Basic, Super-fast, and Ultra-fast. Basic speeds are up to 30 Mbps, while Super-fast speeds range from 30 Mbps to 300 Mbps. For those in need of lightning-fast internet, Ultra-fast speeds exceed 300 Mbps.

Mobile phone signal predictions, on the other hand, are provided by the four leading UK mobile network operators: EE, O2, Three, and Vodafone. These predictions take into account factors such as network coverage, geographical location, and building infrastructure. It’s important to remember that these predictions are just that – predictions. Actual signal strength may vary depending on various factors, such as the device being used and any physical barriers in the area.

While these predictions can give potential buyers and renters an idea of what to expect in terms of broadband and mobile signal quality, it’s always a good idea to conduct further research and even test the services in person if possible. After all, a reliable internet connection and strong mobile signal can greatly enhance our day-to-day lives.