Post your phone speedtest.net results here

vbimport

#1

Please post your speedtest.net results for your phone here. List your carrier, ping, and download. nd upload speeds.

here’s mine… verizon 4g lte. Ping 141. Download .39 mbps) yes that was .39 and upload 2.05mbps boise idaho
verizon has severely overloaded their towers here.


#2

Last month i tested a t mobile phone. Ping 69 download 23 mbps upload 26mbps.


#3

Hi :slight_smile:

Nexus 5

Nokia Lumia 820


#4

Location: Donegal town (Ireland)
Network: 3 Ireland
Connection: 3G

Location: Dublin Airport (Ireland)
Network: 3 Ireland
Connection: 4G (LTE)

I’ve no 3G signal at home or within 3 miles (~5km), just a weak GPRS signal that’s practically unusable.


#5

[QUOTE=zebadee;2723590]Hi :slight_smile:

Nexus 5

Nokia Lumia 820

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I need to move to bristol…


#6


#7

http://www.speedtest.net/my-result/a/714424471

T-Mobile HTC One.


#8

How much data does the test do - I’m PAYG!


#9

Not much…


#10

Samsung Galaxy III

50ms Ping,

Download 9.94Mbps

Upload 1.04Mbps


#11

[QUOTE=harley2ride;2723627]I need to move to bristol…[/QUOTE]

Yeah, you do :slight_smile:

I only surf on my phone via wi-fi as my data allowance is pitiful :sad:


#12


#13

[QUOTE=zebadee;2723590]Hi :slight_smile:

Nexus 5

Nokia Lumia 820

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Hi :slight_smile:
Might be impressive but I failed to realise was using Wi-Fi
Shopping center in Bristol.
At home (with Wi-Fi disabled, never used to get a signal here).

Nexus 5


#14

No 4G here
Nexus 4


#15

[QUOTE=zebadee;2724600]Hi :slight_smile:
Might be impressive but I failed to realise was using Wi-Fi
Shopping center in Bristol.
[/QUOTE]It looks like a few others are using WiFi, or not using the mobile app to measure the speed. :wink:


#16

[QUOTE=zebadee;2724600]Hi :slight_smile:
Might be impressive but I failed to realise was using Wi-Fi
Shopping center in Bristol.
At home (with Wi-Fi disabled, never used to get a signal here).

Nexus 5

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Hi :slight_smile:
In my garden.


#17

^ If that’s an unmetered connection and fairly consistent, you could do away with the fixed connection altogether. :slight_smile:

For curiosity, I ran a speedtest in Kilcar, but the GPRS connection is congested to the point where it never gets past the ping test (left screenshot below). In Donegal where we do our shopping, it’s much faster than my DSL connection, nearly 10x the unlink speed (right image):

The ‘R’ symbol just means it’s piggybacking on Vodafone, not actual roaming, as 3 don’t have any masts around here.



#18

[QUOTE=zebadee;2724600]Hi :slight_smile:
Might be impressive but I failed to realise was using Wi-Fi
Shopping center in Bristol.
At home (with Wi-Fi disabled, never used to get a signal here).

Nexus 5

[/QUOTE]

/\ Hi :slight_smile:
Not consistent.
Back indoors.

AM is better than PM.


#19

Hi :slight_smile:
Found this out today.

My PC connected via powerline.

My mobile connected via wifi.

Anybody else care to compare?


#20

Verizon did a bunch of tower upgrades (finally after a year of substandard service), and now on my 4g lte I’m getting 1.16mb downloads. The xlte service is hitting 5.3mb. My t mobile test phone is hitting 22mb…