To check internet speed of Hamilton (formerly NCTC), just run this online test. For this, click on the “Go” button and wait for the result.
Internet speed test Hamilton (formerly NCTC)
Internet speed test provided by Speed Limited
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What is my internet speed?
On this page, any user can check Hamilton (formerly NCTC) internet speed. To run ISP speed test, you just need to be connected to its network.
Why network speed test is necessary:
- To test internet speed of Hamilton (formerly NCTC) and check if the actual speed corresponds to the speed provided in your tariff.
- To find out the difference, if so.
- To determine the stability of the connection (the connection quality and stability is checked automatically along with the speed).
Please, rate the quality of your ISP’s services and write in the comments:
- Is your internet connection stable?
- Is your internet fast?
- Does the actual internet speed correspond to the speed declared in the tariff plan?
How to check internet speed for Hamilton (formerly NCTC)?
To get the most accurate result of speed test, internet must be checked in such a way:
- You’ve connected to the Hamilton (formerly NCTC) network from any device (computer speed test and test for mobile devices are available).
- Other devices are temporarily disconnected from this network (if possible).
- You have disabled applications and programs that consume a lot of Internet traffic (if possible).
- You have run the Hamilton (formerly NCTC) internet speed test several times. Internet speed test provided by Speed.Limited is free for everybody with no limits.
- You have changed the servers while different tests (click on the “Change server” button to do it).
What is a good internet speed for Hamilton (formerly NCTC)? The results meanings
When the results of Hamilton (formerly NCTC) speed test are ready, you will see the following:
- Download speed. It is the main parameter that shows if the Hamilton (formerly NCTC) Internet speed is good (according to your tariff). It is measured in Mbps and shows how fast/slow pages are opened in browsers, files are downloaded, etc.
- Upload speed. It is the speed of uploading when you send files from your device to the network. For example, it can show how quickly a photo is uploaded to a social network.
- It is server response time that shows how many milliseconds it takes for a request sent by you to the network (to reach the destination and return back). This parameter determines the quality of the Internet connection.
|What is my ping?||What does it mean?|
|Up to 40 ms||Stable internet connection|
|40–60 ms||Acceptable response time|
|60–100 ms||There may be delays in receiving a server response|
|100–170 ms||There are real delays in receiving a server response|
|Over 170 ms||Failures in the connection, up to a complete shutdown|
How to evaluate the result of WiFi speed test? The download speed according to the test results must be as close as possible to the Internet speed indicated by ISP in the tariff plans. Deviations are possible when using wireless Internet (without connecting a cable to the router), as well as when connecting a large number of devices at the same time.
Customer reviews about Hamilton (formerly NCTC) internet speed
If you use the services of the Hamilton (formerly NCTC) ISP and want to leave a review, you can do it below. Also you are able to rate the company from 1 to 5. Tell us about its internet speed and the connection quality, how stable it is, if you have any complaints and what the test has showed. Thank you!