Speed Truth Challenge

Why is this important and what does it mean?

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When the consumer Internet came of age back in 1990, there was never a grand plan to insure or even check the consistent speeds that you

ARE actually receiving. Somewhere along this fine line, as the Internet became an academic/leisure/lifestyle tool to any consumer, providers

figured a way to make their own efforts in this industry and found that speed was a PRIMARY differentiator. No one provider can 100% guarantee

a consistent Internet speed for everything you do but, here at RG Fiber are trying to ensure the most honest and up to date speeds that you are


Internet Terms

Download Speed: This refers to how many megabits of data per second it takes to download data from a server in the form of images, videos, text, files, and audio.

Upload Speed: This refers to how many megabits of data per second it takes you to send information from your computer to another device or service on the Internet.

Also called Latency, Ping is the reaction time of your connection — i.e. how quickly your device gets a response after you’ve sent out a request.

Jitters: This action measures the quality of your connections. In a nutshell, it’s telling you how many packets of data are being dropped during this process.