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<50 Mbps

Great for individuals to browse the internet, check email, and other basic browsing.

50-100 Mbps

Great for streaming Netflix, videos, and online meetings.

100-200 Mbps

Great for streaming high quality videos, fast downloads, video games, and multiple devices.

200+ Mbps

Great for doing almost anything at ultra fast speeds.

Speed Test FAQs

What is an internet speed test?

An internet speed test is a definitive way to test the speed and quality of your internet connection from your current internet service provider. Once started, it takes about one minute to complete.

How do I test my internet speed?

Use TestMySpeed to conduct an internet test in under a minute. All you have to do is click start and our test will run diagnostics behind the scenes and provide your speed test results

What does an internet speed test measure?

When you run an internet test, you receive live stats about your connection including download speed, upload speed, and ping time. These results help gauge the performance of your internet connection and confirm whether or not the speeds you pay for actually hold up.

How can I avoid ISP speed throttling?

ISP throttling is when your provider intentionally slows down your connection. This may happen due to network congestion or your ISP limiting certain types of traffic. A quick WiFi speed test can confirm whether or not your provider is throttling your connection.

Why is my internet so slow?

A number of factors can affect your internet, such as network congestion or how far you are from your home WiFi router. Running a bandwidth test can help gauge how far off it is from the speeds you pay for. If you can’t solve your internet issues on your own, try reaching out to your internet provider to find a solution.

Why are my speeds slower than what I pay for?

Most internet providers advertise maximum speeds available, so it’s not unusual to see a difference between your actual speeds and the speeds you signed up for. If you run a network speed test and get poor marks, there are plenty of internet options available.