Xfinity Speed Test Tips

Things you should consider before running your speed test:

  • Internet speed changes throughout the day. Test your speed mulitple times for clear results.
  • Run the speed test in the same room and in clear sight of your router for the most accurate result.
  • Complete downloads on all connected devices prior to running the test.
Results

Slow

Your Internet should support the following:

  • Light internet browsing
  • You may experience interrupted video streaming
  • Ideal for fewer than 3 devices
Results

Average

Your Internet should support the following:

  • Moderate internet browsing
  • HD video streaming
  • Music and photo download
Results

Fast

Your Internet should support the following:

  • Multiplayer gaming
  • 4K video streaming
  • Uninterrupted video calling
Results

Extremely Fast

Your Internet should support the following:

  • Multiplayer gaming
  • 4K video streaming on multiple devices
  • Fast file download and upload
  • Heavy Internet usage
  • Uninterrupted video calling

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Determining what your speed means

Up to
25
Mbps

Ideal for 1-2 devices

  • Suitable for 1 person
  • Light Internet browsing
  • Music and photo download
Up to
100
Mbps

Ideal for up to 6 devices

  • Suitable for 1-2 people
  • Moderate Internet browsing
  • Stream HD videos
Up to
300
Mbps

Ideal for up to 9 devices

  • Suitable for 2-3 people
  • Manage large files
  • Stream 4K videos
  • Multiplayer gaming
Up to
940
Mbps

Ideal for 10+ devices

  • Suitable for 4+ people
  • Heavy Internet usage
  • Stream 4K videos
  • Multiplayer gaming

Learn About Xfinity Internet

Xfinity internet provides a variety of features that you can tailor to your needs. Learn more about your options on the Xfinity page.

Change the Way You WiFi

With Xfinity xFi, you'll get the speeds, coverage, and control you need to enjoy the ultimate home WiFi experience.

Reliably fast Internet

Choose a download speed to fit your lifestyle, whether you're browsing the Web or streaming favorite movies and shows.

Stay connected on the go

As a Xfinity customer, you have access to millions of Xfinity WiFi hotspots nationwide so you can surf or stream without using all your mobile data.

Xfinity Frequently Asked Questions
What speed is Xfinity Internet?

Xfinity download speeds range from up to 15 Mbps to up to 2000 Mbps. Xfinity upload speeds range from up to 2 Mbps to up to 2000 Mbps.
 

What is the fastest Internet speed for Xfinity?

The fastest speed available from Xfinity is 2000 Mbps.
 

Is the Xfinity Speed Test accurate?

The Xfinity Speed Test is accurate, but given the number of variables that can affect your Internet speed at any given time, we recommend running several tests at different times of day to get a more accurate measure of your average speeds.
 

Is the Comcast Speed Test the same as the Xfinity Speed Test?

Yes; they are different names used for the same test. The Xfinity xFi Speed Test, also known as the Comcast Speed Test, is used to calculate the available Internet bandwidth at your location.

Can you use the Comcast Speed Test if you have another internet provider?

Yes. The Comcast Speed Test is a universal speed test that will measure your speeds no matter your Internet provider.
 

What is a good Xfinity Speed Test result?

The results you can expect from your speed test will largely depend on the speeds outlined in your Internet package. If your download and/or upload speeds consistently fall below this range, there are a number of steps you can take to troubleshoot the issue, outlined below.
 

How can I boost my Xfinity WiFi speed?

If you are consistently experiencing WiFi speeds below the range outlined in your package, there are a number of steps you can take to try improving your speed. These include: rebooting your router and modem; ensuring the problem isn’t isolated to one website; minimizing the number of devices and applications running simultaneously to measure the impact; relocating your router to a more open location. If these options do not solve for your speed concerns, you may want to consider investing in a WiFi extender.
 

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