Internet lines transmission speeds
The transmission speeds of "1 Gbps" and "100 Mbps" are the maximum speed based on technical standards provided by the network to the customer's home equipment. It does not indicate the actual transmission speed up to the individual equipment used by the customer.
The actual communication speed may drop significantly depending on the customer's usage environment (terminal device specifications, etc.), line congestion, etc.
Wireless router transmission speeds
The maximum transmission speed available under technical standards for a single terminal device is approximately 1 Gbps for a wired connection (using a single 1000BASE-T port) and approximately 800 Mbps for a wireless connection. (This is the speed for IEEE802.11ac. It may not be supported depending on the model of the devices and router.)
*Speed may vary depending on the customer's usage environment (terminal device specifications, etc.), line congestion, etc.
*For VDSL (100 Mbps) connections, although the device is capable of the above speeds, the actual internet usage speeds will vary based on the 100 Mbps theoretical maximum speed and other factors.