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the #1 place to check on your internet speed and quality. (in 3 reviews)

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New Reviewer

Have to use at least once a week and send results in to main office...Love this site..easy to navigate and always and accurate result!!

Apprentice Reviewer

the #1 place to check on your internet speed and quality. this site accurately tells you what speeds your actual getting compared to what you are paying for. simple interface and gets the job done. great mobile app too.

New Reviewer

I went to this site at the advice of my tv provider Direct TV (bundled with AT &T internet). They stated my internet speeds were 4.0 and .75 respectively which is simply not true. The worst is about to come, they offered a simple scan to boost my computers speed so I clicked the button it finished the scan and told me to reboot my computer and it hasnt worked since. it says I have a missing dlnet file and won't boot up. Be warned! stay away from this site. Any site that has software that ruins computers should be banned from the internet.

New Reviewer

it is flash based and doesn't work on iOS's also slow to load! is somehow better... since it is html5 based with cool graphic!

New Reviewer

Itested on other sites and got pretty crappy results. So, I called Comcast and said so, they directed me to First thing I told the guy was I noticed that it was testing at a local Comcast site, the site reports where you are sending info. He said he knew nothing about that. I ASK HIM if this was a Comcast site, he said ABSOLUTELY NOT. He then told me he checked my connection and all was in order and I should be at 20mb d/l and 5mb u/l tjhe previous sites said I was at about 5mb d/l and like 4mbu/l.
Low and behold, speedtest,net said I was blazing along at 21.82kbps d/l and 3962kbps u/l.
So, beware would be my suggestion.

New Reviewer

Whenever my internet speed is slow, this is where I go to figure out if it's a local or regional problem.

New Reviewer

All these sites that test your speed are based in some way on command line stuff. SO... lets see if they match up. I have AT&T and they always tell me to use and "See your ping is fine." Theese same techs DO NOT KNOW WHAT THEY ARE LOOKING AT WHEN I SHOW THEM MY TRAPS! reported this.

28ms ping - This is how long it takes 1 packet of information to go fro my computer to that server. 1000ms is 1 second.
17.46 Mb/s Down - This is better than promised. See below.
1.47 Mb/s Up - As promised. See Below.

Depends on the document. A small Word document should only take a 2 or 3 KB, a music track takes about 3Mb and a picture takes less than 1MB on average. Notice the large B... Mb is mega bits, MB is mega bytes. 8 bits to a byte. Do the math.

If you are on a windows machine Click Start then run or in the search box type cmd or cmd.exe and you will get a DOS screen(If you are a LINUX or other OS user... you know all this and I don't know mac at all.). It's a black screen with white letters. Now you can type ping or Iike to add a few flags to it. -t means it will continue to run and -l allows you to set the paket size. So I type ping -t -l 1000. Below are my results. p.s. to stop this CTRL+C.

C:\Documents and Settings\Owner>cd..

C:\Documents and Settings>cd..

C:\>ping -t -l 1000

Pinging [] with 1000 bytes of data:

Reply from bytes=1000 time=4240ms TTL=49
Reply from bytes=1000 time=50ms TTL=49
Reply from bytes=1000 time=51ms TTL=49
Reply from bytes=1000 time=50ms TTL=49
Reply from bytes=1000 time=4236ms TTL=49
Reply from bytes=1000 time=50ms TTL=49
Reply from bytes=1000 time=4239ms TTL=49
Reply from bytes=1000 time=51ms TTL=49
Reply from bytes=1000 time=50ms TTL=49
Reply from bytes=1000 time=50ms TTL=49
Reply from bytes=1000 time=50ms TTL=49
Reply from bytes=1000 time=51ms TTL=49

Ping statistics for
Packets: Sent = 12, Received = 12, Lost = 0 (0% loss),
Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds:
Minimum = 50ms, Maximum = 4240ms, Average = 1097ms

As you can see 28ms is BULL... here 50ms is the minimum and 4240 is the longest tis test took. THATS OVER 4 SECONDS! Now granted I'm having issues with my line that it's taken them MONTHS to even admit there is a problem, but this I think definitively answers your questions.

Trace Routes are VERY helpful too. Learn your DOS commands. Just google it...

New Reviewer

Always a good site to test speed.

New Reviewer

ISP providers like you to use this speedtest, because it is hopelessly unrealistic.
Thaivisa gave me upload around 100kbps, say 600kbps.
Big difference, and I know speedtest is wrong, as I cannot use my webcam on some sites - too slow for them.

New Reviewer

This site is a scandal. Always, AT&T ask me to test on this site. When I have terribly slow and connections dropping and can't even refresh any page and load just a html site, this would test for 2.3mbps to 2.5mbps. Other site tested my speed as 46kbps to 400kbps. But, this site always give the good result.
This should be scandal for some testing takes as long as 2 minutes and still it says 2.5mbps . May be they are only testing the burst speed ?. But, ISP are using it for their advantage.


I do a good amount of online gaming and have friends ask me how they can tell if their internet service is good enough for online gaming.

This website allows you to see valuable information like download speed, upload speed and ping. This information will help give you an idea about just what you can expect your internet to do. Or if you just would like to know how good your internet is, run there very easy to use website.

Apprentice Reviewer

By far the best, fastest, most reliable website for speed testing and discussing ISP related issues!


A very pretty interface to display a common basic test we can all use from time to time, locates a suitable server near you (it's smart enough to figure out where you are) and then runs a ping, download speed and upload speed test. Unusually, you can use the same test, at the same site, anywhere in the world.

I'm on a 6Mbit connection in the SF bay area with SBC Global, which is now AT&T but powered by Yahoo!, if you can follow that. So my result, at 5.15Mbit wasn't too shabby and actually not as bad as I'd expected. My upload speed was 630k which is around 100k below optimal. Ping speed was recorded as 17ms.

Over at (, where I usually run this test, the result was exactly the same. Though the interface at is slicker, the speakeasy interface is clearer, less fussy. Other than that, either test is fine.

The first difference with is that if you like, you can see the best broadband speeds from anywhere in the world, and discover that even in the backwoods of eastern Europe they get better DSL speeds than I do here, at the cutting edge of web technology. Oh well. The weather's better here, though.

The second difference, and actually way the most interesting one, I didn't realize until I came back to the site some time later and discovered by idly fiddling with the graphics that you can select any destination in the world to run your speed test to and from. In other words, you can pick, say, Ekaterinburg in Russia (ping 266ms) and run the test from California to there and back. This is very, very cool and my rating went up a point straight away. If you have any geek cred at all you'll be playing with this one for a while.

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