The street with the fastest broadband in the UK has been revealed.
Abdon Avenue in Birmingham boasts average speeds of 265.89Mbps, an annual survey has found.
That means it's almost 2,000 times faster than the slowest street which is Greenmeadows Park in Bamfurlong, Gloucestershire.
There residents have downloads speeds of 0.14 megabits per second (Mbps).
The study by uSwitch found Greenmeadows Park residents would need to set aside more than 102 hours to download a two-hour HD film on Netflix and at least 38 hours to download a 45-minute HD TV show, while those living on Abdon Avenue would take less than four minutes to download the same film and just 72 seconds to download the same TV show.
The average speed in the UK is 46.2Mbps, yet a quarter (26.3%) of homes struggle with speeds of less than 10Mbps and one in eight (13.3%) crawl along below 5Mbps, the comparison site's study shows.
Dani Warner, broadband spokeswoman at uSwitch.com, said:
The South West dominates the speed rankings - five of the UK's fastest streets are in Devon, Dorset, Cornwall and Wiltshire - while nine of the slowest streets can be found north of the Mersey, including in South Yorkshire, Greater Manchester, North Yorkshire, Scotland and Merseyside.
The number of broadband users enjoying faster speeds is growing with nearly a third (31%) now getting speeds of 30-plus Mbps, up from less than a quarter (22%) three years ago.
But speeds are still a "postcode lottery", uSwitch said, with areas such as South Yorkshire and Cambridge experiencing some of the fastest and some of the slowest broadband.
Superfast broadband is available on more than a third (35%) of the UK's slowest streets, but a lack of awareness that a better service is accessible is resulting in many being resigned to poor download speeds.