Internet Speed Test
Take the test to see how your speeds are performing
Select if the device you're using now is connected to your network using a cabled ethernet connection.
Select if the device you're using now is connected to your network using a Wi-Fi connection.
Did you know?
Wifi can be affected by many different factors - not just the distance to your device, but also hidden interference from nearby wifi networks or devices. Because of these additional factors, testing the speed of your service over wifi can show an incomplete picture, and we recommend also testing your service using a cabled-in device.
Internet Speed Test
Let’s see how your internet speeds are looking…
Are you getting the speeds you pay for?
There are many factors that can affect your speed, so if you’re not happy with the results - let’s chat! Our specialist team can take a look at the services available at your home or business and let you know how your internet should be performing.Check Address Live Chat Call Now
What do these results mean?
Ping is measured by how quickly information can be transmitted to a server and back. While this isn’t particularly important to everyone, it matters a lot to those who game online. The lower the ping, the better.
Jitter measures how stable your connection is by running serval ping tests and calculating the variance between them. A lower jitter indicates a stable connection while a higher jitter could indicate a bottleneck or fault somewhere.
Download is measured by how quickly information can be downloaded from a server. Download speed is often the most important measurement as most people download more than they upload. The faster the download, the quicker you can download files.
Upload speed is the opposite to download and is measured by how quickly you can upload information to a server. Upload is important to businesses or those who upload or share large videos and files.