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Monday, August 23, 2010 - 16:11

TrueNet has operated its volunteer based testing service since the beginning of July 2010.  The chart shows the average volunteers' speed to download a small 300KB file at 8pm each day compared with uploading the same file. 

The 16th August shows an interesting change in speed.  

Volunteers in this chart include some with cable, some on wireless and some who have chosen slow DSL speeds.  They are however dominated by unlimited speed ADSL connections.


Help us compare broadband performance in New Zealand or Australia; in return we provide you with a double reach Wifi on our probe PLUS charts that show your connection performance compared to others on your ISP.

What TrueNet does »

We measure internet performance, with over 400 volunteers throughout NZ in conjunction with the Commerce commission.

We collate and analyse these tests  to provide information to consumers about the quality of New Zealands' internet.

To read more about what we do follow the link below.


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Internet Technologies explained

TrueNet methodology

Tips for improving Internet

TrueNet survey (feedback on your own service here)


Other Links

TrueNet's successful monthly report comparing Internet Service Providers, is sponsored by The NZ Commerce Commission.



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