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Is the Rogers Speedcheck site having issues?

I was running a speedtest on the http://speedcheck.rogers.com/en.html site and up till a few days ago, the speeds were in the 600/20 range.  Now I don't get anywhere over 300/20.

 

I did try another site like http://speedtest-tor1.digitalocean.com/ and did get the 585/22 speed.  

 

Has anyone noticed if the Rogers http://speedcheck.rogers.com/en.html site as issues or are you guys getting the proper speeds.  I am on the 500/20 plan

 

Thanks

 

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Re: Is the Rogers Speedcheck site having issues?

Try going to the Rogers web site and search speed test. If you are using Google chrome for the test on that site and still get poor results then try Microsoft edge

I get better results this way.

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Re: Is the Rogers Speedcheck site having issues?

@Hucklebury

 

I didn't know there were 2 sites.  The https://www.rogers.com/customer/support/article/internet-speedtest site shows me faster results.

 

Thanks

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Re: Is the Rogers Speedcheck site having issues?

Just go to speedtest.net and Select Rogers in the server menu it works better than the flash based speedcheck you can also try different servers on speedtest

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