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Australia 49th in Ookla Net Index rankings

Average internet speeds in Australia fall behind Mauritius, Uruguay and Georgia in Ookla's latest Net Index ranking. At 49th in the list, we're barely ahead of Kazakhstan and Mongolia.

By November 27, 2013

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How to find a reliable network speed test

Your ISP may be delivering slower download and upload speeds than it promised when you signed up, but wide variations in test results could leave you scratching your head.

By May 2, 2014

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Vodafone launches new 'Double Data' offer

Sign up for select Vodafone plans before 29 April and the telco will double your data allowance for the full term of your contract.

By March 11, 2014

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US download speeds sluggish compared with other countries

Does your Internet download speed seem painfully sloth-like? This could be a result of the country you live in. The US ranks a lowly 31st in the world's consumer download speeds.

By November 26, 2013

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Which US city has the fastest Internet access? Wrong!

It's not one of the towns served by Google Fiber, and it's not in the backyard of any tech giants, though it is starting to attract their data centers.

By November 19, 2013

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T-Mobile's 4G LTE impresses in real-world tests (hands-on)

CNET compares T-Mobile's 4G LTE network against AT&T and Verizon on the Galaxy Note 2.

By April 10, 2013

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Testing T-Mobile's 4G LTE

We put T-Mobile's fledgling 4G LTE network and iPhone 5 to the test.

By March 26, 2013

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UK's average broadband speed is slower than Romania's

Even some formerly Communist countries such as Romania have faster average broadband speeds than the UK, which isn't even in the top 10.

By January 24, 2013

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These LTE speeds will make you cry

Excited about the LTE speeds you're getting with your new Verizon or AT&T smartphone? Well, they're nothing compared with what we get in Australia.

By October 3, 2012

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FCC tool collects broadband speed data

A new FCC tool tests whether consumers are actually getting the broadband speeds they're paying for.

By March 12, 2010