Three Broadband Speed Test

What do my results mean?

  1. Three has 99% 4G coverage throughout Ireland, and we now have 5G in every county. Three has been named as Ireland’s Speedtest Award™ Winner for fastest mobile network speed by Ookla, the global leader in fixed broadband and mobile network testing applications, data and analysis.
  2. When you use our tool, we'll use your IP address to run the speed test. We'll store this data anonymously, in accordance with our privacy notice, to help with our campaigning work.Once you have your results, we'll ask if you'd like to provide an email address to send your results to.

There are internet providers and then there are INTERNET PROVIDERS. Take the speed test and see how fast (or slow) your internet connection really is. Then see how fast we can help you switch to your local i3 Broadband provider for the fastest high speed internet available – up to 1Gb.

Speed

The most important result from your broadband speed test is the 'download speed'. Your download speed is the rate at which your device is able to access content from the internet.

Siren sound. So, a high download speed will allow you to load internet pages instantaneously and enjoy online video streaming without buffering. On the other hand, a low download speed will leave you with long page load times and pixelated or laggy video streams.

Your upload speed measures the rate at which you are able to add content to the internet or send messages, pictures and videos to others. Upload speeds tend to be much slower than download speeds since most of us do much less uploading than downloading. So don’t worry if your download and upload speeds are vastly different.

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Three Broadband Speed Test

Ping, which is measured in milliseconds, indicates how quickly your connection can respond to a request. The lower your ping, the faster your internet connection is at responding to the actions you ask it to take.

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Jitter is a bit like Ping, in that it is measured in milliseconds and refers to the responsiveness of your connection. The lower your Jitter, the more consistently reliable your broadband connection is likely to be.