XFINITY speed test

Use our XFINITY internet speed test to check your download and upload speeds now.

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How it works

Click “Start Testing Speed” on our XFINITY internet speed test. First, the internet speed test will automatically identify your internet provider and run a download speed test.

Next, the internet speed test will automatically begin your upload speed test and ping servers near you to find the best one to run your test. You will get results for your download and upload speeds in megabits per second (Mbps).

Compare your internet speed test results to the internet plan speeds you pay for with XFINITY or another internet provider in your area.

XFINITY internet speed test

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How fast should my internet speed be?

Comcast XFINITY internet subscribers may be able to get internet speeds ranging from up to 10 Mbps to up to 2 Gbps, depending on your plan and XFINITY service area. XFINITY plans and internet speed availability vary widely by location. Other internet services providers in your area may have different internet speeds and plans available. You can use our address check to view and compare available internet service providers, speeds and plans near you.

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What if my internet speed results aren’t what I’m paying for?

If there’s a big difference between your internet speed test results and the speeds you’ve signed up for with your internet provider, you can call your service provider for help.

When you call your internet service provider (or ISP), be sure to confirm the download and upload speeds for your internet plan. Then, ask your ISP to run a check from their location and see how your download and upload speeds compare with your internet speed test results from this page.

If your internet speed tests on this page do not compare well with the speed check your ISP runs, you could have an issue with your computer that needs to be addressed. Start by clearing your temporary internet files as soon as possible. We also suggest rebooting your router and modem, and then running the tests again.

Other factors like your router hardware, distance from the provider, time of day, number of users online, users’ online activities and other factors can influence how your actual internet speed test results compare to advertised internet speeds from your provider.

Get high-speed internet near you.

Whether you’re moving or just want to find a better deal on high-speed internet at your current address, Allconnect® can help. We make it easy to find and compare available internet providers and plans near you. Call now.

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