I am usually the first to complain about my ISP’s internet speed. But today I have good news. I noticed my browsing was zippier over the past two days. So I went to my favorite internet speed test site and did a test with three US based servers. I am happy to share with you that the results were very good.
This is the Seattle server test:
This is the San Francisco test:
And this is the New York test:
Download speed averages at nearly 200 KB/sec.
Upload speed averages at a little below 50 KB/sec.
Well this is what a 2Mbit/sec line should give us. I really hope this condition continues.
And PLEASE Orange, start giving us higher speeds in Jordan. 2Mbit is now the entry level in Europe. In Jordan its the top speed! It’s time for 4, 6 and, can we dream 10 and 16 Mbit connections.
Read these related posts on 360east:
- 8 Mbit: ADSL heaven, ADSL hell..
- 8 Megabit DSL FINALLY comes to (parts of) Jordan
- WOW!! Almost 800 KB/sec downloads on my 8 Mbit Orange DSL!
- Serious about IT in Jordan? DOWN with those DSL internet prices!
- Wanadoo breaks Jordan’s DSL speed limit: 2 Mbit is launched!
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