About Our Google Fiber Speed Test Tool

Whether Google Fiber is your internet provider or you use a different provider, the speed test below can show key statistics about your internet connection.

Note: This speed test can be used to test any internet provider, not just Google Fiber .

If your Google Fiber speed test result is lower than expected, try resetting your router or call Google Fiber customer service for additional assistance.

This speed test will assess the quality of your broadband service whether you use Google Fiber or another provider. The dials above are designed to return results on download speed and upload performance. These two results are the primary indicators of Internet connection robustness. As of January 2022, the average download rate for Google Fiber is 239.4 Mbps. Across their coverage footprint, the average latency on Google Fiber Internet speed tests is 19.08ms. For context, wired terrestrial Internet connections usually output latency results in the 5–70ms range. Satellite Internet connections, on the other hand, are often as high as 500–800ms.

Google Fiber Internet Speed Data

8 GBPS

Maximum Advertised Download Mbps

19.08ms

Average Latency

1,768,908

Speed Tests from Google Fiber Customers

20.84ms

Average Jitter

Google Fiber Fastest Download Speeds Over Time

Google Fiber Average Download Speeds Over Time

Top Cities For Google Fiber Internet Service

Atlanta, GA 8,000 mbps 356 mbps
Kansas City, KS 8,000 mbps 212 mbps
Lenexa, KS 8,000 mbps 192 mbps
Olathe, KS 8,000 mbps 346 mbps
Shawnee, KS 8,000 mbps 55 mbps
Kansas City, MO 8,000 mbps 312 mbps
Lees Summit, MO 8,000 mbps 318 mbps
Nashville, TN 8,000 mbps 162 mbps
Austin, TX 8,000 mbps 485 mbps
Salt Lake City, UT 8,000 mbps 860 mbps

Fastest Cities For Google Fiber Internet Service

Salt Lake City, UT 8,000 mbps 860 mbps
Austin, TX 8,000 mbps 485 mbps
Belton, MO 8,000 mbps 366 mbps
Atlanta, GA 8,000 mbps 356 mbps
Olathe, KS 8,000 mbps 346 mbps