Use this speedtest to identify what speed you’re connecting to the internet with.
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Why do I get different speed results each time I run The Bandwidth Speed Test?
The Internet is like a major highway system, the Internet Information Highway has many roadways and interchanges, each having their own capacity and speed limit. Similar to highways you get traffic delays. Just as you have to wait in a your car for a traffic light, data sent to your computer has to wait while other data passes through routers, switches, and hubs (The Internet equivalent of an intersection).
Internet traffic during peak hours tend to lead to slower internet connections. When fewer people are online, such as after 11 p.m. and before 7 a.m. you’ll typically notice faster internet connectivity. If you really want to find out what your best possible Bandwidth Speed Test result is, try loading this page at 1:00am on a weeknight, when almost everyone is asleep when Internet use is at it’s lowest. (Friday and Saturday nights are not a good choice.)