Upstream Network Availability Map

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Upstream Network Availability by State

Arizona 2,057 1 gbps
California 35 1 gbps
Colorado 149 1 gbps
Florida 3,556 1 gbps
Illinois 2,959 1 gbps
Minnesota 2,150 1 gbps
New Jersey 317 1 gbps
North Carolina 6 1 gbps
Tennessee 1,359 1 gbps
Texas 8,612 1 gbps
Virginia 2,282 1 gbps
Wisconsin 54 1 gbps

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About Our Upstream Network Speed Test Tool

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

Use our speed test to assess the quality of your broadband connection whether you use Upstream Network or another provider. The panels above will display statistics on download and upload performance. Download and upload rates are the most important indicators of Internet quality.

Download Speed and Latency Test

Get a precise, real-time read of your speed with this simple test, it can measure the performance of your connection regardless of who is your current internet provider. The BroadbandNow team recommends consumers regularly check their internet's performance as it fluctuates regularly and can identify when you need service support or when your household's usage exceeds your current plan's capability

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

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