This speed test provided by will use three essential indicators to measure your internet speed. You’ll be given a ping rating as well as upload and download speeds in Mbps (megabits per second). Here’s what each one means:


The download speed indicates how quickly or slowly data from the internet is delivered to you. The higher this number is, the faster you’ll be able to watch videos, download files, and navigate between pages. You should aim for a download speed of roughly 20 to 25 Mbps.


Upload Speed: The rate at which you transmit data and request to the web is referred to as upload speed. If you’re streaming to other devices, such as during a video conversation or on Facebook Live, a slow upload speed will be very difficult. If you need to stream high-quality video to others, you should aim for an upload speed of roughly 3 Mbps for casual home use and around 10 Mbps if you need to stream high-quality video to others.


Ping: You’ll also obtain a ping rate result, which shows your overall speed. Your internet will be faster if your ping number is low. While your VPN is turned on, your Speedtest result shows 80 pings. That indicates a data packet was transmitted from your device to a server and returned in around 80 milliseconds.