An Internet speed test is a process used on both mobile and computer browsers to check the internet speed. It is set on a “measurement lab” with the IP address forming the core infrastructure. The activity takes between 15 to 30 seconds. Such information can be
interpreted to understand how an internet user can download or upload a file. It also estimates the time taken for such activity. The data may fluctuate with time depending on the location and internet intensity to the IP address. Other factors include the background data on the browser or medium and external infrastructure interference.
Most broadband service providers offer internet speed in bundles. A certain amount is bundled to a certain internet speed. It makes speed test a requirement to see if you are getting value for your money.