How Fast Is Your Internet Connection

PCTechBytes wants to know: How fast is your Internet connection? With fiber optic, cable and LTE access spreading across the country and becoming more affordable, what kind of speeds are you getting in your area? Feel free to comment on your provider in the comments section below.

Use SpeedTest.net to test your connection now. It will run two tests–one for download and upload. We’re looking for the download speed only.

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  1. Dave says:

    I have Verizon FiOS and get about 84 Mbps down and 40 Mbps up on average.

    • Bucksfanjimj says:

      Must be nice. Verizon won’t bring FIOS here. They started to a few years back but quit. Too many obstacles. Namely our state government. We’re satisfied with our Road Runner service. We’ve got the standard 12MB up package. Hulu and Netflix work just fine.

  2. Rob Walls says:

    10MB at home and 30MB at work. Soon to be upgrading to 15MB(highest my ISP has) for my girlfriend who works from home.

    I miss living in larger towns where 20MB is the slowest you could get. 🙁

  3. susan says:

    i use hughesnet. miserable. at times not much better than dial-up.

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