Internet Speed Test

Aug 29, 2012 19 Comments

Find out how your Internet speed stacks up
Run this test to:

  • ? Safely and accurately test your Internet connection
  • ? Check your Download speed
  • ? Check your Upload speed
  • ? See if you’re getting what you paid for
  • ? Find out what other options you have at your address

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Find the best Internet speed & service for your needs

Internet speed needs differ person to person and finding the Internet service that’s right for you isn’t always an easy task. At Digital Landing, you can enter your address to find out which Internet providers service your area and what Internet speeds they offer at what price. We’ll give you phone numbers to call, if you want to speak to a representative directly, or you can complete a new order online and purchase the Internet speed option you want with the touch of a button.

The benefits of faster Internet speed

A fast Internet connection gives you the freedom to stream movies, download your favorite TV shows, upload large files, explore social networks and so much more. With the Internet speed you need to power your life, you will be free to connect all of your Internet-enabled household devices without slowing down your connection. That’s more surfing and less waiting and buffering. Your Internet speed should keep up with your life, not the other way around. Take the Speed Test – see how your Internet connection performs using our Internet Speed Test tool to ensure you are getting the bandwidth with the upload and download speeds you need and signed up for through your current Internet Service Provider.

Personalized Internet Speed Tests

Internet speed is a talked about subject, but what does it actually mean to you? The Internet Speed Test tool at the top of this page will accurately and safely Speed Test your own Internet connection, beginning with download speed first. This means you’ll see how fast your connection is for web pages to download on your computer, as well as images, files and everything else.

Then the Internet Speed Test will measure your Internet upload speed, which is just like it sounds – it checks to see how fast your computer can upload files, like emails, images and documents. The whole Internet Speed Test takes less than 30 seconds in most cases!

Digital Landing has you covered

Now that you know what Internet speed you are currently getting, you may find that you are not getting what you are paying for, or that you could benefit from the freedom of faster download and upload speeds. At Digital Landing it’s easy to do a quick comparison shop to see all of the best available Internet offers at your address. This makes it easy to see how your current Internet Service Provider compares and if you could find a better deal that’s less expensive, faster or more suited to your personal needs. You can start shopping online now by entering your address in the secure box above, or by calling us toll free at 1-877-818-7403.





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  • Deborah Latting

    Our speed is about 1/3 of the national average – that is terrible!!

    • Lexi Menichelli

      Some countries have 100 mbps as an average speed while some even have 1000mbp. The US needs to do something.

      • Maine Yuckie

        Thats not true!

      • Alex

        U pay more on that speeds stupid? 100mbps.

  • tuan

    that’s valued test. tks

  • Michael

    good one, mine is high but still below the state and national avg

  • Rob

    I think the more depressing number is that the national average is just barely over 10MBps.

  • fins

    my speed is higher than Nat. ave. but i didn’t get a state ave. i live in Co.USA

  • Bobby

    I got 20,541-kbps & 4621 up-load , my download is good but my upload still sucks.

  • Bobby

    i just got a 48,418 , after closing programs & few other things.

  • Mike

    I just got 40kbs with my sprint 3G hotspot. I usually get around 100kbs.

  • Wes

    Great better than the average in our state!

  • Moira

    My speed is pathetic through CenturyLink. Download Speed: 5890 kbps (736.3 KB/sec transfer rate)
    Upload Speed: 457 kbps (57.1 KB/sec transfer rate)

  • sue

    My download speed is almost at the bottom of the bar graph. 878kb/sec
    I am supposed to have wifi thru my landlord’s modem…but I cannot watch the most rudimentary youtube. But Moira’s is lower!! I’m in Hawai’i.

  • Dejonte

    hey I don’t know that much about this wifi stuff but I just did a test on mines and it said my download was 5865 kbps (733.1) kb and my upload was 6494 kbps (811.8) and my ping is 70ms is all this bad or good?

  • Tawseef

    my speed is 2kbps and please tell how my internet speed made better i am living in India Kashmir and i am using 2G.

  • MemphisBelle

    (ME: copy/paste from results; no other computers/tv/streaming services are on, cordless phone base is next to router & modem;)

    Your Results:
    Download Speed: 2814 kbps (351.8 KB/sec transfer rate)
    Upload Speed: 292 kbps (36.5 KB/sec transfer rate)
    Latency/Ping: 60 ms
    Friday, December 27, 2013 11:11:41 AM

    (ME: What-the-wha?)

    Looks like your connection is pretty slow. There might be faster (and cheaper) options out there available to you

    (ME: Ya think?)

  • Joseph

    my download speed is 388 kbps O.O

  • Steve

    Download Speed: 8501 kbps (1062.6 KB/sec transfer rate)
    Upload Speed: 7155 kbps (894.4 KB/sec transfer rate)
    Latency/Ping: 7 ms

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