Xfinity speed test

Test your Xfinity internet speed and see how it compares to other cities.

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Test your Xfinity internet speeds here

Want to know what internet speeds you’re getting with Xfinity? Speed tests are a good way to measure upload and download speeds as well as latency. Take your Xfinity speed test to get an idea of what speeds you’re getting.

Using the Xfinity speed test

Click the “Go” button to begin our Xfinity speed test. For the most accurate results, disconnect any other devices from the LAN or Wi-Fi network.

Your speed test results:

Download Speeds

888 Mbps

Upload Speeds

88 Mbps

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Pro Tip: For best results, use an Ethernet cord to connect your router or modem directly to your device before you run the test.

What do the Xfinity speed test results mean?

Download speeds: The Xfinity speed test will first measure your download speed in Mbps, which is how quickly your internet connection can download data. This number is most important for activities such as surfing the web, streaming and downloading files. Download speeds of 25 Mbps and higher are considered broadband.

Upload speeds: The test will next measure upload speed in Mbps, or how fast your connection will upload data. This number is most important for activities such as video conferencing, online gaming and uploading files. Upload speeds of 3 Mbps and higher are considered broadband.

You’ve taken the Xfinity speed test, now what?

When testing your internet speeds over a LAN connection with no other devices connected, your speeds should be close to the advertised speeds from Xfinity. 

If you’re getting speeds less than 80% of the advertised speeds in your Xfinity internet plan with a wired connection, or significantly less than 50% over a Wi-Fi connection, there may be a few ways to try improving your speeds. When using a wired connection, upgrading your Xfinity modem may help boost speeds. For your Wi-Fi speeds, try these common ways to boost your Wi-Fi speeds.
Not sure what speed you need? Check out our guide to finding the right internet speed and our recommendations for what a good internet speed is. Click “Shop plans” below to search for plans with the speeds you need.

Comparing your Xfinity speed test results

Xfinity is the largest cable internet provider in the nation, covering about 35% of the U.S. How does your Xfinity speed test results compare to Xfinity users in other areas?

According to a report, the average testing speed for Xfinity customers in Q2 2020 was 107.89 Mbps, which was second only to Verizon Fios.

Xfinity advertised speeds vs. average speeds

The FCC reported in a recent study that Xfinity average speeds were higher than the advertised speeds for multiple speed tiers.

Xfinity internet speeds

Cities with gig internet speeds from Xfinity

According to the FCC, gig speeds are available in 97% of Xfinity service areas. Some of the top cities where these Xfinity internet speeds are available include:

Xfinity also has 2,000 Mbps plan, Gigabit Pro, which may be available in many of the cities listed above and in other areas. This is currently the fastest residential internet plan available from any major internet provider. Check to see if this plan, Xfinity’s fastest, and others are available in your area with our free serviceability check.

Xfinity speed test FAQs

How fast should my Xfinity internet speed be?

Your measured Xfinity speed should be within 20% of the advertised speed of your plan. If your speeds are consistently slower, reset your internet equipment and try the test again. You may also want to contact Xfinity customer service with concerns about your internet speed.

Xfinity speed test results will vary by time of day, connection type and number of other connected devices. Testing your Xfinity speed via a LAN connection, during non-peak usage times and with no other connected devices is the best way to ensure accurate test results.

Good internet speeds depend on what you’ll use the internet for and how many devices you’ll need to connect. For most households, download speeds up to 100 Mbps and upload speeds up to 10 Mbps or higher are more than sufficient for their use. Find out what speeds are best for your home.

The fastest Xfinity speed is up to 2,000 Mbps. Xfinity’s Gigabit Pro internet plan offers the fastest maximum residential internet speed available with download and upload speeds up to 2,000 Mbps. Pricing and availability for the Xfinity Gigabit Pro plan vary by location.

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David Anders

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David Anders

Senior Writer, Broadband Content

David joined the Allconnect team in 2017, specializing in broadband and TV content. His work has been referenced by a variety of sources, including ArcGIS, DIRECTV and more. As a Senior Writer, David is motivate… Read more

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Editor, Broadband & Wireless Content

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