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Test your connection and compare it with the speeds you’ll get from our 100% fiber-optic plans.

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How to Interpret Your Results

Let’s break down what each part of your speed test means.

  • Download — Measures how quickly data transfers from outside sources to your device. It impacts web page loading, file downloading, and streaming service buffering.
  • Upload — Measures how quickly data transfers from your device to outside sources like the cloud or an app on your phone. It impacts sharing your screen during a meeting, posting on Instagram, and playing video games.
  • Ping — Measures how long it takes your connection to respond when called to transfer data. The lower the better!
  • Jitter — Indicates how many pings occur to and from your server when transferring data. The lower the number, the more stable your connection will be.

Get Internet at the Speed of Fiber

1000 Mbps

$85/month
  • Free installation
  • Symmetrical upload and download speeds
  • Whole-Home WiFi
  • IQ Fiber Smart WiFi App

500 Mbps

$75/month
  • Free installation
  • Symmetrical upload and download speeds
  • Whole-Home WiFi
  • IQ Fiber Smart WiFi App

250 Mbps

$65/month
  • Free installation
  • Symmetrical upload and download speeds
  • Whole-Home WiFi
  • IQ Fiber Smart WiFi App

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Internet speed represents the maximum speed for which the service is configured and is based on the wired connection to the included fiber-optic gateway. Actual speeds may vary. Package price includes monthly internet access, a WiFi 6 fiber-optic gateway, and additional mesh WiFi units as needed for interior home coverage.

Frequently Asked Questions

Many internet service providers will “throttle” their internet speed throughout the day. This happens during busy times where most people are using the internet. Speeds are purposely lowered so that everyone at least gets some bandwidth, even if it’s less that what is promised.

This is an indication that your internet isn’t using fiber-optic. Cable and DSL use copper wiring, which can’t support symmetrical upload and download speeds. If you are frequently uploading content (working from home, gaming, or using cloud services) you’ll want fiber-optic speeds and WiFi 6 technology you can rely on.

When choosing a plan, consider how many devices are connected to the internet at any given time in your home. That includes your cell phone, computers, smart TV, smart exercise equipment, and any other smart devices. The more devices you have connected, the more speed you’ll need. It’s also helpful to have more speed when you work from home or do a lot of gaming from your home.