About Our Rise Broadband Speed Test Tool

Whether Rise Broadband 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 Rise Broadband .

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

Use our speed test to check the capability of your Internet connection whether you use Rise Broadband or another provider. The panels above are designed to display results on download speed and upload speed. Download and upload rates are the most important indicators of Internet connection performance. As of January 2022, Rise Broadband’s national average download rate is 28.09 Mbps. Throughout their footprint, the average latency on Rise Broadband Internet speed tests is 31.43ms. For context, wired terrestrial Internet connections usually have latency in the 5–70ms range. Satellite Internet connections, on the other hand, are often closer to 500–800ms.

Rise Broadband Internet Speed Data

500 MBPS

Maximum Advertised Download Mbps


Average Latency


Speed Tests from Rise Broadband Customers


Average Jitter

Rise Broadband Fastest Download Speeds Over Time

Rise Broadband Average Download Speeds Over Time

Top Cities For Rise Broadband Internet Service

Las Vegas, NV 500 mbps 48 mbps
Salt Lake City, UT 500 mbps 23 mbps
Lubbock, TX 500 mbps 39 mbps
Colorado Springs, CO 500 mbps 27 mbps
Ogden, UT 500 mbps 32 mbps
Fort Collins, CO 500 mbps 26 mbps
Aurora, CO 500 mbps 1 mbps
Abilene, TX 500 mbps 6 mbps
West Jordan, UT 500 mbps 30 mbps
Idaho Falls, ID 500 mbps 25 mbps

Fastest Cities For Rise Broadband Internet Service

Wichita Falls, TX 500 mbps 154 mbps
Forney, TX 500 mbps 153 mbps
Bowie, TX 500 mbps 147 mbps
Montrose, CO 500 mbps 86 mbps
Honey Grove, TX 500 mbps 83 mbps