Internet Speed Test

Start the speed test by clicking on the "Start Testing Speed" button.

The best HTML5 Internet Speed Test! No Flash or Java! You can test your Broadband speed on iPad, iPhone, Android, Smart TV, Xbox, Playstation, Windows, Mac, Linux etc. 
OpenSpeedtest lets you test your internet connection speed accurately.

Whether you have Fiber, Cable, DSL, Mobile Broadband, Satellite or Dial-up connection, you will be able to accurately measure your bandwidth anytime, anywhere on any device!

Internet speed test will show you the connection speed in between you and the connected server to test your internet speed. This Broadband speed test uses a unique algorithm that will show you the exact stable speed you are getting from your ISP. It will find the average of the fastest download/Upload burst rates during your internet speed test from your location to the location of the test server within your web browser itself. Your test results may vary at different times of the day due to network congestion, and the web browser you choose etc. To get a good understanding of your bandwidth bursts averages, run the test at different times of the day. This internet speed test application helps you to determine if there is something wrong with your broadband link. If you are getting too much Ping and very slow download, upload results probably something wrong with your connection or device. If your favorite website is loading slow, you can come here and do an internet speed test and know where is the problem if it's your link or the server where the web site resides.

Ping Rates: Below 100ms=Good, Below 50ms=Excellent

Download Rates

  • 0.5 Megabits per second - Required broadband connection speed
  • 1.5 Megabits per second - Recommended broadband connection speed
  • 3.0 Megabits per second - Recommended for SD quality
  • 5.0 Megabits per second - Recommended for HD quality
  • 25 Megabits per second - Recommended for Ultra HD quality

Most standard home Internet service offers up to 2MB upload speed, though some offer considerably less.

If you would like to learn more about the test and score analysis, just click on the button, "Your Results Page > URL", that appears after the test is complete.

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Test Info. Provided

This test will provide you with your:

  • Your complete IP address
  • Ping rate in ms
  • Download rate in Mbps
  • Upload rate in Mbps
  • Carrier & Server location

The ping is the reaction time of your connection–how fast you get a response after you've sent out a request. A fast ping means a more responsive connection, especially in applications where timing is everything (like video games). Ping is measured in milliseconds (ms).

The download speed is how fast you can pull data from the server to you. Most connections are designed to download much faster than they upload, since the majority of online activity, like loading web pages or streaming videos, consists of downloads. Download speed is measured in megabits per second (Mbps).

The upload speed is how fast you send data from you to others. Uploading is necessary for sending big files via email, or in using video-chat to talk to someone else online (since you have to send your video feed to them). Upload speed is measured in megabits per second (Mbps).

2-4 mbps: Enough for casual Web surfing, including checking email. Can be enough to stream a standard-definition video, but airports with speeds this slow usually don't recommend passengers stream video or download content.

4-6 mbps: Will provide a good Web surfing experience. Often fast enough to stream a 720p high-definition video, and it's possible to download some videos within about 20 minutes at this speed. But 4 mbps can still be sluggish.

6-10 mbps: Usually an excellent Web surfing experience. Generally quick enough to stream a 1080p (high-def) video.

10-20 mbps: More appropriate for a "super user" who wants a reliable experience to stream content and/or make fast downloads.

20+ mbps: Appropriate for what is called the "pro-sumer," people who want to run a lot of applications at once, usually for business reasons. Users at these speeds can "blitz the network,"