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To make your internet speed measurement optimized and bit more accurate, you human should stop every download in progress on your computer, as well as on the devices connected to your network or Internet connection.

Also, allow the tool to know your location when prompted as this will help the tool to measure approximate speeds from the location specified. Don’t worry, we’re not using any of the information collected on the test aside from telling you your internet speed. Read our privacy policy here.

For best results, use a wired connection than WiFi, as this is by far less stable for high speed connections. Repeat the test several times to check the stability of the results.


Powered by our provider nPerf, this speed test relies on an exclusive algorithm allowing you to measure accurately download bitrate, upload bitrate and latency of your connection. The tool uses a worldwide dedicated servers network, which is optimized to deliver enough bitrate to saturate your connection, so that we can measure its bitrate accurately. Lastly, this tool is compatible with all types of broadband and mobile connections: ADSL, VDSL, cable, optical fiber FTTH / FTTB, satellite, wifi, wimax, cellular 2G / 3G / 4G (LTE). You name it.

 

 Latency (ping)
Indicates the delay a small packet of data requires to make a round-trip from your computer to the nPerf server. The shorter the delay, the most reactive is your connection.
 Download bitrate
Indicates the amount of data your connection can receive in one second from the nPerf server. The highest the measured value, the best is the bitrate of your connection.
 
Upload bitrate
Indicates the amount of data your connection can send in one second to the nPerf server. The highest the measured value, the best is the bitrate of your connection.