Nov 15, 2017

I've had service for several months now and have never been able to get faster than 300mbps download. However, I'm getting 650mbps upload. I'm checking the speed on Speedtest by Ookla. Any tips or things I should check? Thanks! Faster upload speeds - how? - Xfinity Help and Support I'm more than happy with 75Mbps downstream. I need more upload speed, and I'm willing to pay incrementally more for it. For example, I'd even pay more than I am right now for a 50/50 synchronous connection. The options simply don't exist though. I don't need 1000 down, or even 200 down. Solved: Faster upload than download speeds - BT Community Edit 2: I performed a second speed test with better speeds than that of the line profile?? Download speed achieved during the test was - 303 Kbps For your connection, the acceptable range of speeds is 50-250 Kbps. Additional Information: Your DSL Connection Rate :320 Kbps(DOWN-STREAM), 448 Kbps(UP-STREAM) IP Profile for your line is - 250 Kbps What Is A Good Download and Upload Speed

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The download speed should be at or above 25 Mbps while the upload speed should not be less than 3 Mbps. In this range, you can engage in common online activities such as uploading videos, downloading music, web browsing, HD streaming, and online gaming.

Why Are Upload Speeds So Much Slower than Download Speeds Aug 15, 2018 What is a Good Download Speed? - MoneySavingPro What you'll notice when conducting a speed test is that many internet service providers offer faster download speeds than upload. To illustrate, while it isn't uncommon to receive download connection speeds of 50 Mbps or more, upload speeds are only a fraction of that.