The broadband speeds of every county in the Republic of Ireland have just been ranked, and you might be surprised at how vastly different they can be.
Price comparison website and switching service Switcher.ie collected speed test data from across the country to create this handy little infographic which reveals how broadband differs from county to county.
It appears that Longford is the slowest average speed at 7.25Mpbs (that county cannot catch a break) while Dublin, unsurprisingly, comes out on top with speeds of 44.85Mpbs.
To see how every county in the Republic broke down, you can see the rankings in full below.
Any surprises here?