April 15, 2014
-- Internet connectivity is global now. There is no country in the world where internet connectivity is not present. In this situation the next question is not if everyone has connectivity but how good is the internet connection. While there are a lot service providers in the world, there are only a limited number of locations around the world that get uninterrupted high speed internet. In such a situation, something that shows us what speed are we getting and comparing it with the world average (or the best in the world) will be helpful to ask your provider how long will it take to reach comparable speeds.
One such service is Speedwhat. Speedwhat puts the most sophisticated broadband testing and analysis tools into the hands of anyone interested in finding out just how connected they actually are. This free service opens hundreds of testing locations around the world to anyone curious about the performance of their Internet connection. Use our service to view your service's performance history, then share and compare with others near you - or around the globe.
We contacted one of the members of the Speedwhat team and he said, "Speedwhat, basically, tells what your internet speed in your area is. With its sophisticated systems, it tells you how much time it will take you to download something on your connection".
He continued, " Our service has a lot of uses. You can compare if you are getting the same speed as someone else you may know is getting. Or maybe your ISP is not giving you the speed that you are paying for. It is a great tool to stay updated with the existing systems. Why should your internet be slower than someone else'. What we aim to do with Speedwhat, is to educate people by helping them stay updated on what speeds they are being given as opposed to what they were promised."
It is a good tool with certain utility. Check out Speedwhat here – http://www.speedwhat.com
and check out what your internet speed is.About Speedwhat
Speedwhat is the global standard in Internet connection testing. Available on the web, the data collected powers the unparalleled global broadband statistics site Net Index where you can browse top bandwidth speed by country, or narrow down statistics to very specific locations.
For more information, visit the Speedwhat Website (http://www.speedwhat.com/
) or drop a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org