Internet speed tests are fun, and even useful, but they're so much better when you can brag about your awesome one or cry about your sad one!
Let the world know how amazing (or pathetic) your connection to the Internet is by leaving the results of your speed test below.
Please let me know what Internet speed test you used, what ISP you have, and what download and upload speed was recorded... preferably in Mbps but I don't care as long as you specify!Share Your Internet Speed
- Wireless Ping=15ms Down = 8.37mbps Upload = 8.47mbps LAN Ping = 4 Down = 27.98 Mbps Upload = 9.46 Mbps
- —Guest Hira TUA
speed of my internet connection
- The download speed : .99 and the upload speed : .57
- —Guest Dejenie
Time Warner is... Awesome?
- I get 56 down, 5.7 up, ALL THE TIME. For some reason I am the only person with no issues with TWC... xD
- —Guest EJ
Speed Test Results
- I'm getting an average of 5.5 mbs download and 800k upload speed on Att's DSL network. I used a html tool called SpeedTestResults.com
- BT adsl broadband in rural Scotland has never been good
Verizon DSL intentionally slow
- Download is .13 Mbps and upload is .72 and I personally think Verizon is intentionally slowing down their DSL speed in an attempt to force people to switch to FIOS. I haven't had cable for more than 20 years, but I would switch to Comcast before FIOS simply because of Verizon's underhanded tactics.
- —Guest Sheila
- 1.08 MBPS and upload 0.08MBPS I have the worst internet it is so slow
- —Guest jabba
- 58.42/40.17 which is actually faster than I expected.
- —Guest SES
- 1.04 Mbps Download, 0.16 Mbps Upload. Okay i'm sad.
- —Guest Daniela
HD NZ Auckland
- PING 4ms download 28.26Mbps upload 9.86Mbps i have tried different browsers and opera is slightly the fastest i used Ookla broardband test
- —Guest hiratnz
- Test run on 20/02/2014 @ 12:30 PM Mirror: Optus Data: 512 KB Test Time: 10.05 secs Your line speed is 417 kbps (0.42 Mbps). Your download speed is 52 KB/s (0.05 MB/ Telstra Australia.. always giving you the best.
- —Guest pauly
Great list of sources, but I have a ?
- I'm getting DLS of 8mbps which is feasible considering the placement of routers and housing, but the gauge is showing the needle jump up and stay at speeds of 24mbps+ I don't get it. It's only happening while pinging one of the servers, but one I'm used to. My advice is run test from multiple websites, even if they are all powered by Ookla, more or less. From what I've been able to gather though is: -ISP:Comcast, Denver, CO -Wireless, through a repeater (Asus RT-N12): *IPv4 (IPv6 only through the gateway) Ping: 13 ms DLS: 17.68Mbps (Peak: 20.98) ULS: 5.66Mbps (Peak: 6.21) -Wireless, through the Comcast Gateway (ARRIS TG862): *IPv4 Ping: 13ms DLS: 28.76Mbps (Peak: 28.92) ULS: 5.88Mbps (Peak: 6.35) *IPv6 Ping: 17ms DLS: 8.75Mbps (Peak: 27.61)
- —Guest Flip. Y
AT T sucks
- .27-.65 Mbps down load, .32 Mbps upload. Advertised as At&T high speed internet DSL. Copper to the house, copper on the pole.
- —Guest Mr H
- Download> 97mbps, upload> 37mbps and ping> 15 (Australia)
- —Guest Juro
Telstra Is Pathetic # 2
- Test conducted 22.11.2013 in Gold Coast, Australia. Download 0.31Mbps Upload 0.337Mbps Used SpeedTest.Net
- —Guest Crying!