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Download speed is the time it takes for your computer to access a webpage from a server. Upload speed is the time it takes for your computer to send information to a remote computer. For example, a higher download speed means that your browser will load pictures from a photo sharing website faster. A higher upload speed means that you will be able to post pictures to that same website more quickly than someone with a slower speed.
To test your Internet speed, please go to wowway.speedtestcustom.com.
WOW! also provides tools to test the quality of your connection within the Online Account Manager. Login here and navigate to the Equipment page to perform a service quality check. The test will indicate if any problems are detected and provide prompts for resolving those issues.
If you cannot resolve your internet connection problems, please contact us for additional support.
Each device on your WiFi network shares bandwidth. The more devices, the more your WiFi speed is divided up and the slower the speed for each device. For best results, check how many users and devices are on your WiFi network and what they are doing. Activities that use the largest amount of bandwidth are streaming video or music, online gaming, video chatting, and downloading large files. In addition, avoid running programs in the background that use up bandwidth.
To learn more WiFi tips, watch this video.