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Checking your broadband connection speed has never been easier!
Find out exactly what upload and download speeds you're currently getting by taking the broadband speed test. Remember, to get the most accurate result you should connect your home computer directly to your modem with an Ethernet cable. We also recommend restarting your modem to ensure all WiFi devices have disconnected successfully before running the test.
More information on how you can improve your broadband speed and bandwidth by optimising certain settings can be found in our broadband speed and connection tips section.
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Understanding your speed test results:Download refers to the speed with which you can receive content from the Internet. This means how quickly you can download a track/song, view a YouTube video clip, etc.
Upload refers to the speed with which you can send content. This could be sending an email, uploading photos to a website or filling out a web order form.
Latency refers to the delay in the amount of time it takes information to transfer to your computer over the web. For example, sending an email or posting a status update on Facebook.
More information on how you can improve your broadband speed by optimising certain settings can be found in our broadband speed and connection tips section.
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