Guide to understanding internet speed test results
Select a Reliable Testing Tool:
Choose a reputable internet speed testing website or app like Ookla's Speedtest.net, Fast.com, or Google's speed test.
Test Under Ideal Conditions:
Run the speed test when no one else in your household is using the internet to get the most accurate results.
Measure Both Upload and Download Speeds:
Internet speed tests typically measure both download (data coming to your device) and upload speeds.
Ping or Latency:
The ping or latency measures the time it takes for data to travel to a server and back.
Mbps vs. MBps:
Mbps (megabits per second) is commonly used for internet speed measurements. Be aware that 1 Mbps equals 0.125 MBps
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