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Thursday, August 9, 2012 - 17:14
Orcon Spurred To Silver

A major improvement in Website download performance by Orcon, Slingshot and Snap on 11th July, resulted in changes to rankings this month.  With a full month of these improvements, the changes will be evident in next month's August Broadband Report.

Tuesday, July 3, 2012 - 14:11

Telecom, Snap and Xnet have exceeded TrueNet's “better than 95%” target for speed over the previous month, leading significant improvements to peak time performance across the board for ISPs compared to any previous month.

Vodafone gave up the top spot, falling from the previous month's 96% down a couple of points to 92%.

Thursday, May 10, 2012 - 14:58
April Broadband Report

In this April report, TrueNet’s latest results of website download times are showing significant changes.  We also explain why we use Mb/s for Internet speed while we use time for downloading a Website.  Lastly we provide speed results for Chorus copper lines.

Sunday, March 4, 2012 - 19:19
Comparison of ISP Webpage Download Speeds

TrueNet measures the time taken to download a webpage from our NZ based servers to our probes throughout NZ.  Those ISPs with consistently quick load times take the lead in our ISP performance measurement.

Note the webpage download chart below shows the time taken to download a page, so the best is the least time taken and is at the bottom of the chart.  

Tuesday, February 7, 2012 - 16:32
Downloading a Webpage

TelstraClear have adjusted their ADSL performance, improving to second on the DSL rankings this month.  This brings us to 5 ISPs downloading our dummy webpage in less than 0.5s, up from 2 when we started reporting in August.

In the same month Orcon seem to have slowed their webpage downloads to more than 0.5s.

Vodafone remain the ISP with number one ADSL performance. TelstraClear Cable remains the best overall performer again.

Monday, December 12, 2011 - 17:09

November saw little change to rankings of browsing performance since our last report on 7th November.  TelstraClear Cable remains the best technology.  For ADSL (the technology that 80% of New Zealanders must use) Telecom & Orcon remain the best performers. They have now been joined by Slingshot which has an almost identical median download time.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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