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For instance, watching online video in full HD (1080p) quality would require a download speed of 5Mbps on each device. You can therefore watch on up to 7 devices at the same time if you have a 36Mbps connection.
With a download speed of 36Mbps, you can download an entire music album in about 19 seconds. It will take 15 minutes to download a HD-quality film (1080p quality) and about 1 hour, 14 minutes to download an ultra-HD quality movie (4K quality).
If you're connecting to the internet over wi-fi, the download speed on individual devices may be slower than 36Mbps. This is often due to poor wi-fi or congestion from other networks. This will stop you from getting the full potential of your broadband service. For instance, you might experience buffering when watching videos online due to poor wi-fi, even if your broadband connection is able to support it.
For more information, see our in-depth guides on download speed and upload speed. You can also read our other home broadband guides, including our review of all the major UK broadband internet providers.
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