When you connect using wifi, you won’t reach maximum internet speeds, but you can expect faster speeds than you would with other types of wireless access. It’s normal for the speeds you receive to be lower than those listed on this page. Your real-world speeds depend on a variety of factors that affect your internet, including the equipment you have (such as device age/models, locations of Mid-States Services equipment relative to your wifi devices) and the 802.11 version your device uses.
- Gigabit is a maximum capacity. Speed is likely to be slower because transport overhead and other locations on the Internet are not yet gigabit-capable. Very few wireless routers support gigabit connection speeds. Gigabit speeds are “best-effort” and not guaranteed. Speeds in the 700 to 900 mbps range are most common on Gigabit tier