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I'm currently on my smart TV so I can't post an image, but I typically download at around 35 Mbps on testmy.net on a 45 Mbps plan from AT&T. My record is a tick over 56. I have some GREAT discounts and free upgrades, so I only pay about $50 a month for the internet portion of my package.

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12Mbps to 23 down and 2-5 up, $60/month or $80 month (promotion) for virtually unlimited data: Florida, coastal GA, MS,AL,some areas of coastal LA , coastal SC, NC and most coastal New England states

 

Viasat. Available almost everywhere east of the Mississippi and some areas in the western US. Some areas in the west have the 5/1 footprint offered. 

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I have Verizon Fios 50/50 mbps. 

 

Went to Speedtest.net and the results were, as usual, 58/64.

 

Testmy.net test results were: 55/24.

 

With a ping time of 3ms the oookla test server is literally right next door, so testing will be very much so irrelevant other than connection.

 

When testing it's always best to find a server further away from your current location, check the available testmy.net servers list  > here <

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With a ping time of 3ms the oookla test server is literally right next door, so testing will be very much so irrelevant other than connection.

 

When testing it's always best to find a server further away from your current location, check the available testmy.net servers list  > here <

 

I selected San Jose, CA for OOkla and testmy.

 

http://www.speedtest.net/my-result/4255324882

https://testmy.net/quickstats/gsuburban

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There are many thread and discussions concerning flash based testing. As well as how the tests are calculated, and the specific pipe to the test, where on the structure the test is sitting, and why.

 

Without getting into semantics about adding another software layer in order to test real world results, or specifics engineered into the testing platform itself, in my opinion these tests can only be used to determine a step away from connectivity, latency in short sense, yet severely lack real world usability, let alone geographic characteristics of 'real world' access to data concerning data stream, multi threaded visibility, not exempting realistic discrepancies between living on a top tier Vs. actual usability.

 

Furthermore again in my opinion once we understand how websites today are gathering said data to deliver specifically upon request, we begin to understand it is not, by far from one node, yet in many cases hundreds. Google, local, ISP, CDN, not exempting stylesheets, fonts, .js, database, domain, DNS, and any plethora of data packages, are rarely anymore located 'locally' to the server hosting said site. Not even attempting to get into the security between said resources.

 

As one simple click or request to view can and does result in a literal storm of discussion between resource requests on a multitude of levels. 

 

This is why in my opinion, to get a viable experience from a test, you must replicate what occurs during a request. Which testmy.net puts one big effort to accomplish with the multi-threading tests.

 

Manically rhetorical malarkey : Interesting enough, we seem to get a bit disgruntled, or have difficulty accepting that we cannot grab chosen data at the same speeds we assume we should be pulling it in as. Same with life in general, we see something that does not fit within the confines of our idealistic realm of reality, and we are rubbed wrong. At that point we either do something such as dig a bit further into why we are seeing this, or we ignore it as simple as that sounds, and discredit results as impossible.

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https://testmy.net/compID/16062578520108

Avg. download: 7.2 mbps.
Max. download: 34.3 mbps .

Advertised max. speed: 100 mbps,
for home fiber broadband, 1 year, from MobileOne.

Paid: 39 singapoor dollars/month

Feels kind of ripped off, since there's an isp which cost 10 dollars less per month for the same speed soon after i signed up. the competitor's tech support is terrible though, as in i'm almost never able to get through the line in under 1 hour.
and the supposedly cheaper 2-year deals would force me to pay for tv channels i don't watch after the first few months.

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:::.. Download Speed Test Result Details ..:::
Download Connection Speed:: 21338 Kbps or 21.3 Mbps 
Download Speed Test Size:: 31.6 MB or 32384 kB or 33161216 bytes
Download Binary File Transfer Speed:: 2667 kB/s or 2.7 MB/s
Tested At:: http://TestMy.net Version 14
 
Just testing out my new AT&T connection. Not too bad considering it's like 2200 feet from the house. And what I'm paying..? It's AT&T, I'm paying too much..!
 
Anyway....HELLO EVERYONE!

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:::.. Internet Speed Test Result Details ..:::
Download Connection Speed:: 93350 Kbps or 93.4 Mbps
Download Speed Test Size:: 90.8 MB or 92928 kB or 95158272 bytes
Download Binary File Transfer Speed:: 11669 kB/s or 11.7 MB/s
Upload Connection Speed:: 5006 Kbps or 5 Mbps
Upload Speed Test Size:: 3.1 MB or 3200 kB or 3276800 bytes
Upload Binary File Transfer Speed:: 626 kB/s
Timed:: Download: 8.155 seconds | Upload: 5.237 seconds
Client Location:: Neuwied, DE DE https://testmy.net/city/neuwied_de
 

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https://testmy.net/host-max/mobileone

i looked at the stats for my isp. they supposedly should have maximum 1Gbps download speeds but nobody who tried that plan tested it here??? that or any connection overseas is severely throttled.

 

other related providers.
https://testmy.net/list?q=mobileone
https://testmy.net/list?q=m1

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I'm on Cox with there "Internet Preferred" service witch advertises 50 Mbps download speeds and 5 Mbps upload speeds

 

TMN has me at with nothing else in the house using internet

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Yet Speedtest.net has me at 

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matching the advertised speeds with some extra.... OFC Cox doesnt care what TMN says. they only trust the stupid flash tests....

 

I pay $50 for internet, and $20 more for basic Tv

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:::.. Download Speed Test Result Details ..:::

Download Connection Speed:: 257072 Kbps or 257.1 Mbps 

Download Speed Test Size:: 199.8 MB or 204617 kB or 209527772 bytes

Download Binary File Transfer Speed:: 32134 kB/s or 32.1 MB/s

Tested At:: http://TestMy.net Version 14

Validation:: https://testmy.net/db/42bmYfe 

  I have rogers internet with the 250 package and pay $100 per month.

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I've two connections at home - DSL and Fixed Wireless.  The DSL is part of my phone package and there's just a €10/month difference between phone-only and with DSL, so I kept the DSL as backup as the wireless ISP is not very stable and not suitable for VoIP.

 

Vodafone DSL + call package - €52.50 per month:

 

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North West Electronics - 50Mb down / 10Mb up package - €32.99 per month:

 

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The DSL line is consistent, while the fixed wireless connection varies over the day due to contention.

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