Check your internet speed
Is the net speed bothering you? Is it taking ages for sites to download? Now you can take a test to find out the speed between your computer and the internet with PTCL’s sophisticated technology. PTCL is a reliable name and offers services and solutions that have won it a broad clientele. The PTCL speed test is one such service provided for users to easily check their internet speed. The best part is that this test is for FREE!
How it works
Run the PTCL speed test and see if your provider is giving you your money’s worth. The PTCL speed test is simple to use and its accurate results can help you to know what needs to be done to improve performance and get more efficient results. For we all know that time is money!
- All you have to do is press the green “Start” button and then wait for results. It takes the IP and then begins calculating the internet’s speed automatically, starting with the ping rate.
- The blinking green tab will indicate what the test is measuring. The left tab will measure the download speed (an arrow facing down) while the right one the upload speed (an arrow facing up). The speed meter will indicate the pace with its needle reaching the number the internet is working at. After the ping rate, the download speed tab starts blinking with the needle working its way up. Once the speed is traced the figure measured appears against the tab and the needle comes to zero to start with the upload speed measurements.
- The complete results including the download speed, the upload speed and the latency results appear at the bottom of the window once the test finishes.
The download speed: It is the time that the net takes to get information from the websites to reach your computer. This can include photos, music, videos and other information.
The upload speed: It is the time taken by the net to take information from your computer and transfer it online to sites.
Latency: Latency also known as the ping rate is delay of information from getting one point to another. It is measured in milliseconds.
The results give a clear picture of how the internet is working. The whole process just takes a few seconds to complete and the results are reliable as well.
So get started. It is simple, fast and accurate!