The Internet connection speed makes the difference between one plan and another or between one operator and another. The connection speed is measured by the megabits of data per second that our network can transport from our computer, phone, or tablet to the web to which we connect or vice versa. The easiest way to check the speed of the Fiber or ADSL connection you purchased is to run a speed test.
How do I run the PTV Telecom speed test?
PTV Telecom speed test helps you evaluate the quality of your connection at any time and from anywhere. It is not necessary to install any additional software to run the test. This speed test is compatible with all broadband and mobile connections.
How do I interpret the PTV Telecom speed test results?
To run this speed test, it is not necessary to install any additional software. The only thing we have to worry about is that our computer is connected to the Internet and that all programs are closed so that no external process distorts the test results. After pressing the test start button, the test will connect to a network of programmed servers that will perform the measurement and report the results to you.
How fast is PTV Telecom fiber-optic Internet?
Once you start the speed test, it will connect your computer or mobile to a test server and upload and download a set of test data. How fast your internet can perform these functions will determine the upload and download speed of your connection. The test will then automatically send another data packet from your computer to the server and vice versa. The amount of time it takes for this information to make this trip will correspond to the latency of your connection. In the first case, concerning the upload and download speed, the higher the results, the faster your Internet will be, which, to be ideal, should be as similar as possible to what is offered in your Internet plan. For latency, on the other hand, the ideal is to obtain low measurements, since this means that our connection takes little time to connect to our recipient and send the data packets within the network.