How to Measure In An Internet Speed Test?

At, we provide comprehensive measurements to help you evaluate your internet connection. Our internet speed test focuses on three key metrics:

Download Speed

This metric measures how quickly information can transfer from the internet to your device. It directly affects activities such as downloading large files or streaming content. Download speed is measured in megabits per second (Mbps).

Upload Speed

We measure the speed at which information can transfer from your device to the internet. It impacts tasks like uploading files to cloud storage or sharing media on social platforms. Upload speed is also measured in megabits per second (Mbps).

Ping Speed

Ping speed refers to the reaction time of your internet connection—how fast you receive a response after sending a request. A lower ping speed indicates a more responsive connection, which is crucial for online gaming, video conferencing, and real-time applications. Ping is measured in milliseconds (ms).

How to perform an Internet Speed Test?

Performing an internet speed test on is quick and easy. Just follow these steps:
1. Open your preferred web browser and type in the address bar.
2. Select a Host ISP (Internet Service Provider) or let the system automatically choose the optimal ISP for you.
3. Click the Start button to initiate the speed test and wait for the results.

Why is the internet speed test result lower than expected?

If your speed test result is lower than expected, several factors could be contributing to this issue. Here are some tips to ensure accurate results:
1. Connect via Ethernet: For the most reliable results, connect your device directly to the router using an Ethernet cable. If you must use a wireless Wi-Fi network, move closer to the router to minimize interference.
2. Minimize Background Activities: Pause any ongoing downloads, software updates, or streaming activities during the speed test. Ideally, no other devices should be connected to your network to avoid bandwidth congestion.
3. Check Your Internet Plan: Contact your Internet Service Provider (ISP) to confirm that you are subscribed to the appropriate internet plan. If you have an optical fiber connection, consider having a technician assess any potential interference.

What is a good internet speed?

The definition of a good internet speed varies depending on your specific needs and online activities. Here are some general guidelines:

Download Speed: A good download speed is at least 100 Mbps. This speed enables smooth streaming of high-quality content, seamless video conferencing, and simultaneous use of multiple devices.
Upload Speed: For efficient file sharing and media uploads, a good upload speed is at least 10 Mbps. This ensures quick transmission of data to the internet.

Internet Service Providers collaborates with various Internet Service Providers (ISPs) worldwide to deliver accurate and reliable speed test results. Here are some of the ISPs we work with in different countries:

Australia: Aussie Broadband, iiNET, NBN, Optus, Telstra, TPG
Canada: Bell, CIK Telecom, Eastlink, Rogers, SaskTel, Shaw, TELUS, Videotron
India: ACT Fibernet, Airtel, BSNL, Hathway, Jio, Tikona, Vodafone Idea
Indonesia: CBN, IndiHome, Telkom Indonesia, Telkomsel
Italy: EOLO, iliad, TIM, Vodafone, WINDTRE
Jordan: Orange, Umniah, Zain
Malaysia: Celcom, Digi, Maxis, Telekom Malaysia, U Mobile, Unifi, Yes Internet
Mexico: Izzi, Megacable, Telmex, TotalPlay
Philippines: Converge, DITO, Globe, PLDT, Smart
South Africa: MTN, Rain, Telkom, Vodacom
Thailand: 3BB, AIS, CAT, TOT, TrueMove, dtac
United Kingdom: BT, EE, Plusnet, Sky, TalkTalk, Virgin Media
United States: AT&T, CenturyLink, Cox, Frontier, Google Fiber, WOW!, Mediacom, Midco, Optimum, RCN, Rise Broadband, Spectrum, Starlink, Verizon, Windstream