Speed.one Internet Speed Test checks how fast is your internet connection speed and bandwidth for broadband WiFi and mobile networks. By taking an internet speed test you can measure the speed between your device and a test server. This will ensure that you are getting the speed which was promised to you by your internet service provider. Below are the metrics recorded by the speed check:
|20+ Mbps||10-20 Mbps||6-10 Mbps||4-6 Mbps||2-4 Mbps
|Web Browsing & Email|
|Medium Speed Web Browsing|
Low Quality Video Streaming (720p)
|High Speed Web Browsing|
High Quality Video Streaming (1080p)
|High Quality Video Streaming (1080p)|
High Speed Downloads / Business-Grade Connection
|Multiple High Bandwidth Apps Simultaneously |
High Quality Video Conferencing
Note: Large number of factors such as number of users connected to network at given point, the coherent data consumption of each user affect the actual bandwidth requirement. Consult with your ISP for more accurate data.
For better and more accurate speed test result connect your wired (ethernet) cable to your computer directly and close all other application that consumes internet bandwidth. Here are some tips you can follow to enhance your WiFi experience:
There are several factors that matters which defines your internet speed test result that includes but not limited to:
By taking a speed check you are sending and receiving data from your computer to the server. The internet speed test tool will select the server closer to you for optimal results by default. You are free to choose from the hundreds of servers available however if you are choosing a far distant server it may translate to a slower result.
Yes, you can take the broadband speed test on your desktop computer, laptop, tablet, phones and most of the major operating systems.
You can transfer large amount of files on any internet speed but the time it will take depends upon the capability of your internet. Here’s a report from Ookla Speedtest.net that shows how much time it will take to transfer 1 GB data from 1.5 Mbps to 1 Gbps speed:
|Transfer Speed (Mbps)||Theoretical Time (Seconds)|
There can be several reasons why you are experiencing a poor connection than what you have expected. Try to:
A lower ping rate gets you to experience a smooth online gaming. For most broadband connection the average ping amounts of 100 ms. In rage of 50 ms to 100 ms it is considered “low ping” anything about 150 ms or more is “high ping”. A ping of 20 ms or below is exceptional.
Since we are a third-party service sending and receiving tiny data packets from our server to your computer the internet firewall or adblocks may consider this as a threat and block the connection. If you are receiving some error try disabling your real-time antivirus temporarily and see if it’s working. Make sure to turn it back on once you are done with the test.