How to Compare Broadband Speeds

With the Internet’s explosive growth over the past few years, and its ability to provide more than a workable replacement for phone lines, it’s no wonder that broadband speeds have increased at such a rapid pace. Many people are now using broadband as their only option for high-speed connection, and a lot of these people have become suspicious of any service that is slower than dial-up. A simple Internet speed test, performed by Windstream, shows that almost all broadband connections on the market today are able to easily compete with their dial-up alternatives.

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Before an Internet user can make the most of their connection, they need to make sure that everything is running smoothly. Many people have become concerned when they find that their connection has been unusually slow, especially if their website or other important information is taking up too much of their Internet bandwidth. The problem that most people run into is that their Internet service providers do not always inform them of the way that their Internet service is actually working. Once the user discovers the exact problem, the user can usually make an educated decision about whether or not to continue with the service and then make the necessary upgrades that are required in order to use it properly.

If you don’t have access to an Internet speed test, you might be missing out on some of the best connection services out there. Most people assume that they are using the best available service when in reality, they may be paying for something that does not provide them with the highest quality of service. Because broadband speeds have increased so rapidly, the old standard for broadband connections was set so low that many users were already feeling the effects of the increase in speed long before the service had actually been expanded. By simply performing a quick Internet speed test, Windstream has shown the world what the real speed of your connection really is, and how it compares to the speed of dial-up.