If you're wondering why you're having trouble watching funny cat videos on the internet when you know you should be getting faster speeds, we can help!
You can use our exclusive search gadget to find out the kind of speeds you are really getting - and it may not be what you're paying for.
We've used official data from Ofcom to build a tool that tells you the average internet speeds on your street and how that measures up to the national average.
Ofcom's figures give a picture of the average speed that you can expect from your internet connection.
Internet providers tend to advertise the maximum speeds you can expect to get, which can sometimes be an inaccurate representation of the speeds you will actually receive.
The national average is 13.8 megabites per second listed by Ofcom, how does yours compare?
Find out what the average internet speeds are on your street by entering your postcode into our search gadget here:
We'd love to hear what your average internet speeds are in your area. Let us know by tweeting @getwestlondon, commenting below or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.