Internet Speed Test Canada
Digitally Brew bring Canada’s Premier Internet Speed Test web service that provides free analysis of Internet Performance metrics for major internet service providers such as PTCL Internet Speed Test, Rogers Speed Test, Bell Internet Speed Test, Telus Internet Speed Test and many others.
According to the report, the median broadband download speed in Canada increased from 78.25 Mbps in January to 99.76 Mbps in December 2021. The median upload speed increased slightly as well, from 16.28 Mbps to 21.69 Mbps.
Your download speed is the amount of time it takes data to travel from your internet service provider (ISP) to your home. This number is frequently used to advertise high-speed internet plans in Canada.
Despite the fact that 50Mbps is considered “good internet,” your requirements may be higher if you stream 4K movies and TV shows, work from home, or have more than three people in your household. Many cities have download speeds of up to 1.5Gbps (or 1,500Mbps), but many rural areas only have 25Mbps (or less!).