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Revealed: These are the 10 most (and least) digitally connected cities in the United Kingdom

Unsurprisingly, London is the most digitally connected city in the United Kingdom, taking into account an array of digital infrastructure such as Broadband speed, mobile/4G connectivity, and WiFi availability, according to GoCompare study.

Exeter is the least digitally connected city in the United Kingdom, it has the slowest broadband speed (26.84Mbps). Other least digitally connected cities in the United Kingdom are: Carlisle, Hereford, Norwich, Wells, Lincoln, Salisbury, Swansea, Gloucester and Ripon.

Top 10 most digitally connected cities in the United Kingdom

10. Brighton and Hove
4G coverage: 44.69%
Average download speed: 33.90Mbps
People per public hotspot: 1,446

9. Coventry
4G coverage: 60.92%
Average download speed: 30.90Mbps
People per public hotspot: 1,406

8. Leicester
4G coverage: 60.92%
Average download speed: 30.62Mbps
People per public hotspot: 1,285

7. Southampton
4G coverage: 1,179
Average download speed: 32.86Mbps
People per public hotspot: 38.08%

6. Glasgow
4G coverage: 60.92%
Average download speed: 31.02Mbps
People per public hotspot: 756

5. Birmingham
4G coverage: 60.77%
Average download speed: 30.82Mbps
People per public hotspot: 650

4. Salford
4G coverage: 59.54%
Average download speed: 33.02Mbps
People per public hotspot: 1,560

3. Nottingham
4G coverage: 60.92%
Average download speed: 31.24Mbps
People per public hotspot: 904

2. Manchester
4G coverage: 60.92%
Average download speed: 30.44Mbps
People per public hotspot: 395

1. London
4G coverage: 60.92%
Average download speed: 31.70 Mbps
People per public hotspot: 698


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Top 10 least digitally connected cities in the United Kingdom

1. Exeter (ranked 57th)
4G coverage: 6.31%
Average download speed: 26.84Mbps
People per public hotspot: 1,166

2. Carlisle
4G coverage: 6.00%
Average download speed: 25.92Mbps
People per public hotspot: 2,068

3. Hereford
4G coverage: 0.00%
Average download speed: 25.14Mbps
People per public hotspot: 1,732

4. Norwich
4G coverage: 5.62%
Average download speed: 27.16Mbps
People per public hotspot: 908

5. Wells
4G coverage: 0.62%
Average download speed: 26.08Mbps
People per public hotspot: 1,171

6. Lincoln
4G coverage: 6.38%
Average download speed: 27.48Mbps
People per public hotspot: 624

7. Salisbury
4G coverage: 3.00%
Average download speed: 28.72Mbps
People per public hotspot: 746

8. Swansea
4G coverage: 24.31%
Average download speed: 31.14Mbps
People per public hotspot: 2,043

9. Gloucester
4G coverage: 11.31%
Average download speed: 29.30Mbps
People per public hotspot: 1,205

10. Ripon (ranked 48th)
4G coverage: 13.15%
Average download speed: 27.58Mbps
People per public hotspot: 1,856

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