How do I test my Internet speed?
We recommend testing your internet speed by visiting the link below:
Remember, internet speeds are measured from your local computer (or device) to a server that hosts the bandwidth meter test software. Because of circuit losses incurred in facilities from our equipment to your home, distance from your home to the server and other internet related losses, your bandwidth speed will never be equal to the internet circuit speed that you ordered. For example, a 10 Mbps internet plan will never measure a full 10 Mbps, but will more likely test around 9 Mbps. You may also perform the test 10 times and get 10 different readings.
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