Published: 11:14, 01 April 2021
| Updated: 16:12, 01 April 2021
With so many people in Kent still working from home a good internet connection has become ever more vital.
The average download speed in the UK is 72.9mbps and yet only 41% of households in Kent reach these speeds - but one area averages more than twice that.
The House of Commons Library has published a detailed analysis of UK broadband coverage and speed, which has revealed there are huge disparities in service across the county.
Here are the top 10 places in Kent with the fastest internet speeds.
1. Temple Hill and Marshes in Dartford have the best average download speed of 179.1mbps.
Some 99.60% of homes have superfast availability and only 0.10% of the population is unable to receive decent broadband.
2. Aylesham and Elvington in Dover have the second highest download speed averaging at 119.1mbps.
As well as this, more than 97% of homes have superfast availability.
3. Settington in the constituency of Chatham and Aylesford has an average download speed of 116mbps.
Some 99.80% of those who live there have superfast availability.
4. Nearby, Lordswood has an average download speed of 112.3mbps. Around 99.70% have superfast availability.
5. Parkwood East in Gillingham has an average download speed of 112.3 Mbps and 98.10% have Superfast availability.
6. Parkwood West has an average download speed 109.8mbps with a 99.80% superfast availability.
7. Over in Riverview Park in Gravesham, residents will have an average download speed of 109.5mbps.
Almost 100% have superfast availability.
8. Capstone in Gillingham has an average download speed of 108.8mbps with 98.80% superfast availability.
9. Gillingham East has an average download speed of 108.5mbps with 99.40% superfast availability.
10. Wayfield in Chatham has an average download speed of 106.6mbps with 99.60% superfast availability.
Here are the 10 areas with the worst broadband speeds:
1. Taking the top spot is New Romney. Residents can expect download speeds of just 32.8mbps with 89.90% superfast availability. The UK average is 94.9%.
2. Sole Street and Vigo in Gravesham are the second worst areas with speeds of 33.9mbps. Superfast availability just 73.30%.
3. Lydd and Dungeness have an average download speed of 34.2mbps. Superfast availability is 81.60%.
4. Hampton, West End and Swalecliffe in Canterbury have an average download speed of 34.7mbps. Superfast availability is 94.90%.
5. The Weald villages of Goudhurst, Horsmonden and Lamberhurst have an average download speed of 35mbps.
Superfast availability is a mere 63.90%, the lowest in Kent and one of the worst in the whole country.
6. Beltinge and Bishopstone in North Thanet have an average download speed of 35.4mbps. Superfast availability is 98.20%.
7. Then in South Thanet, Nethercourt, Pegwell and Cliffsend have an average download speed of 35.8mbps. Superfast availability is 94.10%.
8. Hartley and Hodsoll Street in Dartford have seeds of 36.3mbps. Superfast availability is 82.20%.
9. Boughton and Selling in Faversham and Mid Kent have speeds of 36.4mbps. Superfast availability is 71.10%.
10. And finally, Mill Hill, Upper Deal and Northbourne 36.6mbps. Superfast availability is 92.50%.
In January, Aaron Wilkes from Bredgar near Sittingbourne became one of a "handful" of people in the UK to test out billionaire Elon Musk's new satellite broadband service.
SpaceX Starlink was created in the hope of providing internet to remote locations using satellites in space and launched a beta test in Britain earlier this month.