Are you receiving the full amount of internet which you are paying for?
- Use an online speed test. There are many free online speed test websites and apps available. These tests will measure your download and upload speeds, as well as your latency. Some popular speed test websites include:
- Google Fiber
- Contact your internet service provider (ISP). Your ISP may be able to run a speed test from their end to see if there is a problem with your connection.
- Check your modem and router. Make sure that your modem and router are properly configured and are not overheating. You can also try restarting them to see if that improves your speeds.
- Move your devices closer to the modem and router. The closer your devices are to the modem and router, the better your speeds will be.
- Reduce the number of devices using the internet. If you have a lot of devices connected to the internet, it can slow down your speeds. Try disconnecting devices that you are not using.
If you have checked your internet speed and you are still not getting the speeds you are paying for, you should contact your ISP. They may be able to troubleshoot the problem and resolve it.
Here are some additional tips for getting the most accurate internet speed test results:
- Connect your device directly to the modem using an Ethernet cable. This will give you the most accurate results.
- Run the test multiple times to get an average speed.
- Choose a server that is close to your location.
- Close any unnecessary applications before running the test.
- Pause any uploads or downloads before running the test.
I hope this helps!