And this is with three tabs open in Firefox (the third used for the testing), as well as two Internet Explorer windows open–one on a radio website and the other streaming that radio station so I can listen to the music.
My speed seems okay–I can watch shows on Hulu without any issues.
Verizon FIOS near Philly
The corporative connection is so bad I can’t download the SpeedTest file!
After 4 tries, I got an Upload test error… Looks like I’ll use my own 3G modem next time.
A question, where is Argentina in the rating?
The chart shows the top 20 or 30, so it must be below that.
What is the deal with Australia on that map? It’s colored as a <$1 country yet is unlabeled and omitted from the comparison chart on the bottom. What gives?
My company has several hundred people working out of their homes and I’m part of their tech support. We have them use speedtest regularly. Of course, your speed fluctuates constantly, depending on the provider, how their system works, whether they ‘boost’ or not, how far you are from their server and a million other variables. I know that Congress was discussing regulating the minimums at one time, but haven’t heard anything on that lately. I’m 13.87 mbps down, 1.41 mpbs up.
The wrong coast of Missouri as far as I’m concerned. 🙁
Nah, I’m happy for my fellow Missourians over there.
Verizon DSL. Paying for 1.5-3.0 Mb/s download. Getting 0.765 Mb/s download, 0.38 upload, ping of 55ms. Speedtest.net grades this as F. Everytime I call to complain, they explain that there is absolutely nothing wrong on their end, then, soon after I hang up, download goes back to 1.5Mb/s. Same routine every month or two. No other service available in this town. (Other people sell DSL service here, but they are just selling you Verizon’s service under their name.)
11Ms Ping; Download .67 Mbps; Upload .33 Mbps. AT&T DSL, $24.95/month Internet only, Internet Explorer 7. And now AT&T is changing all the rules, and the only other choice I have is Time Warner, which I despise.