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ZDNet's Broadband Speed Test measures the data throughput between a computer and a geographic distributed network of servers to calculate how fast broadband speeds are in the real world. The results are not an indication of the actual line speed between the user and the ISP. There are many external factors such as network congestion and routing between multiple networks that can affect individual results, which means the broadband speed test does not necessarily warrant 100% accuracy.

About the Test

Is your broadband fast enough? Are you getting what you've paid for? Find out with our Broadband Speed Test. Just pick your location and wait a few seconds for the results.

For better results, run the test a few times. And you can compare your speeds with friends on other ISPs, or at different times of the day, to see whether you're getting the best value you can from your broadband subscription.

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