Am I getting what Im paying for ?
Take a look at your Internet service bill, or contact your Internet Service Provider (ISP) to determine your "advertised speed". The advertised speed of residential broadband connections usually ranges from a few hundred kilobits per second (256kbps - 768kbps) to tens of Megabits per second (5 Mbps - 50 Mbps). While results vary between regions and providers, you should verify the exact advertised downstream and upstream speeds you're subscribed to with your ISP. Also, make note if the speeds are in kilobits per second or Megabits per second.
With residential connections, it is common that downstream (download) speed is several times higher than the upstream (upload) speed.
Once you've determined your advertised downstream/upstream speed, you can determine your actual current speed by using our:
SG Speed Test