Why is my actual internet speed less than what my ISP advertised?

submitted 2 weeks ago, Monday, Jan 7, 2019, 20:19:09 by can.nettel09 in Communications
Why is my actual internet speed less than what my ISP advertised?
There are quite a few possibilities here. The below is list of the most common reasons there are discrepancies between the advertised rate and the realized rate:

The internet connection isn’t properly isolated. To accurately benchmark the connection you need to be sure that only 1 computer is on the network. Otherwise, the aggregate utilization among all devices will make your test benchmark slower. Even when you aren’t consciously downloading content, updates, synchronizations, etc. are occurring at all times on most modern devices.

Essentially, if the advertised rate and the realized rate don’t match, you’ve either got flawed testing methodology, a technical issue or your ISP doesn’t actually guarantee the advertised speed.

For more formation visit - https://www.cannettel.com/
rated 0 times (+0)  (-0) - comments: 0 - hits: 6 - cannettel.blogspot.com


There are no comments for this article.
Only authorized users can leave comments. Please sign in first, or register a free account.
Published By


Member since Dec 18, 2018
Location: n/a
User not following anyone yet.
You might also like
Get Easily Cable Internet 30M West Coast (British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan)
Special Sale: This limited-time promotion applies to new customers who plan to subscribe primarily. Sign up online and get the perfect modem for your convenience....