03-01-2018 09:45 AM
Welcome to the community,
You can download an app to do a Speedtest, such as Speedtest by Okla. If you do a search in your App Store, you will find it and then run the Speedtest. If you want to check the speed of cellular then make sure you are not connected to wifi, you can also check your wifi speed with the app if you so wish.
03-01-2018 09:59 AM
Thanks! I know that some EE contracts have the faster speed data (generally the more expensive ones!) I was hoping to find out what it is on my contract. Every time I try ringing I'm in a queue for days!!
03-01-2018 10:02 AM - edited 03-01-2018 10:06 AM
@Hunofbun, EE have had a problem, Sunday, so that no one could contact them, but it should be ok now, although due to a backlog, maybe wait a bit and see if you can get through. I have not usually found I have to wait too long when ringing EE, except when it is a busy time.
What did you sign up for, contract wise? All new contracts with the newer phones are now 4G, 4G EE Max Plans are the fastest, but then that depends where you are.
03-01-2018 03:10 PM
03-01-2018 05:44 PM
Do next question, if I'm now thinking of switching to an iPhone contract that had data speed of 60 Mbps will it be a slower response on my phone??!
03-01-2018 06:17 PM
03-01-2018 06:47 PM
On the speed checker it says 0.94 download & 0.11 upload. So does that mean it's gonna be slower if I switch to a 6mbps contract? Do I need the max speed one?! Oh I'm so confused!!
03-01-2018 07:12 PM
I would be investigating why your speeds are that slow though.
Those speeds are very slow for 3G let alone 4G
03-01-2018 07:23 PM
Realised I was in the room with weakest signal! Did it again & its 2.44 download & 0.61 upload. Is that still poor?!
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