Speed Test

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Use TestMySpeed to see how fast your internet is (WiFi network, broadband, mobile). Observe your ping, download and upload speeds.

Frequently asked questions

What is the purpose of the Internet Speed Test?

As a customer of any Internet service provider, you must make sure that the connection that you pick is capable of meeting all of your provider's technical specifications. Your download and upload speeds, as well as your ping time (delay between two requests).

Despite the fact that your Internet service provider (ISP) may provide you with a variety of values on paper, you will find that the actual values vary. As a result, doing speed tests on a regular basis is critical for identifying the differences between the theoretical and actual connection speeds.

What do we track?

We evaluate your broadband, WiFi or mobile connection and return projected figures for aspects like download and upload speed. The figures seen on your screen are those sent by your ISP.

Speed Test Outputs

On our website, you may run a speed test and get the following results:


When doing a speed test, the download speed is the first thing to notice. It indicates the actual download speed in Mbps or Gbps to your device. With a greater download, your connection will be speedier.

Because most internet connections are asymmetrical, the download speed is usually faster than the upload speed.

Upload Rate 

Upload Speed is the second fundamental result obtained from a speed test. Upload speed is also measured in Mbps. How fast your broadband can upload data to the Internet.

The greater the upload speed, the faster your data upload rate, which is useful for streaming or cloud backups.  


The third parameter is Ping. Ping is the internet connection's response time in milliseconds. Unlike Download and Upload speeds, the lower the figure the better for Ping.

The most essential usage of Ping is for online gamers that demand fast server response times. The lower their ping, the faster the server responds. A ping is regarded between 0 and 40 ms.


Jitter describes the internet's stability. It measures the ping value variations in milliseconds. Jitter should be as little as feasible for a steady internet connection. Jitter indicates a shaky internet connection.

Calculation of Results

We run a series of download and upload tests to assess your connection's speed and stability.

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Disclaimer: Ookla is the company behind the speed-testing tool. For a variety of reasons, the findings may not be exact and so should not be taken as conclusive, but rather as a general estimate. Speedtest.net, Fast.com, Fast.me, SpeedOf.me, Xfinity, TestMy.Net, and others can also be used.

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