1. Cilke's Avatar
    Crackberries folks

    I am with TMobile and used this link to test my Internet Speed, here are my results.
    My Phone was Blackberry 9900

    1) Go to this link to Test your Download Speed

    TestMy Download Speed Test

    2) Click on " Run your first test" - and wait until the server Send and transmit data to your phone

    -Result -Download = 15.8 Mbps

    3) Go to
    TestMy Download Speed Test

    and click on "Smart Test" at your right

    -Result - Upload = 849 Kbps

    What is yours?

    10-04-11 07:05 PM
  2. kostnkost's Avatar
    8.6 using Opera Mini

    292 Kbps using BB Browser
    10-04-11 07:18 PM
  3. jbounnoi's Avatar
    Rogers 9900

    44.6 mbps

    did it twice.. got 44 mbps the second time.. lol
    10-04-11 10:45 PM
  4. HankHowdy's Avatar
    8.6 using Opera Mini

    292 Kbps using BB Browser

    8.6 kbps? I guess the BB browser is that good.

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9930 using Tapatalk
    10-04-11 10:50 PM
  5. John Yester's Avatar
    10-04-11 11:01 PM
  6. avmsam's Avatar
    10-04-11 11:49 PM
  7. FBA's Avatar
    All of those speed tests are BS on a BB. There's no way any of you get anything close to those 15 or 44 Mbps, regardless of what they read. More like 1-2 Mbs at best. 15 Mbps and your BB would be flying, leave alone 44 -
    10-04-11 11:53 PM
  8. Masahiro's Avatar
    Rogers 9900

    44.6 mbps

    did it twice.. got 44 mbps the second time.. lol
    I got the same result using Rogers... What the heck? I thought it was capped at 14.4mbps...

    There's no way this can be right. My BlackBerry would blow up.

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    10-04-11 11:53 PM
  9. kingofdirt's Avatar
    I think the speedtest on DSL Speed-Test: Upload und Download Geschwindigkeit bei DSL testen is very accurate on a BlackBerry.
    10-05-11 06:14 AM
  10. lnichols's Avatar
    Something has to be wrong with the test site. The radio is capped at 14.4 Mbps I believe, and you shouldn't be able to even get that.
    10-05-11 09:02 AM
  11. kazn3r's Avatar
    verizon bb browser nj, 40mbps...

    turned wifi on and got 14.5mbps, but it had tested at 256kb, 5.8mbps and 12.5 mbps and then gave an answer...
    10-05-11 09:20 AM
  12. Bold_until_Hybrid_Comes's Avatar
    playbook on wireless N 10 feet from the router. rogers high speed internet. only got 3.5mb/s??? wtf
    10-06-11 07:14 PM
  13. Jordy357's Avatar
    10-06-11 07:35 PM
  14. dictoresno's Avatar
    as usual, you cannot test your speed using these sites through your blackberry browser. they will be incorrect. we just had a thread like this the other day. the ONLY way to test your speed accurately is to tether to a pc and then run the speed test. last week i posted my at&t H+ tethered speeds, which were between 3-4.5 Mbps (about 460-500 kb/sec), exactly where it should be. anyone seeing anything like 44 Mbps or like that is getting wrong readings. how many of these threads do we need?
    10-06-11 07:45 PM
  15. Phill_UK's Avatar

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    10-06-11 07:51 PM
  16. gordonzhao's Avatar
    The site you're using is not accurate to any extent. The data is process through BlackBerry servers, a lot of compression involved, which is why BlackBerrys "use less" data than other smartphones.
    10-06-11 08:04 PM
  17. CA3LE's Avatar
    Hey, I'm the creator of TestMy.net...

    I've always wondered why blackberry users were posting such insane speeds. Didn't make sense, I'm an Android and iOS user myself and never have access to any modern CrackBerries. I had a feeling that it had to do with compression.

    I've actually recently opened a new server in Washington D.C. --- and I'm further compressing the packets that are coming off that server. Go to TestMy Broadband Speed Test -- opening that address will set your default server to Washington D.C. -- you can also visit TestMy Broadband Speed Test - choose your test type then select the washington server from there.

    If your test results are inaccurate due to compression this should help. But 40+ Mbps, I feel there is something else going on there... like the host is caching the information then not sending you the information... they are most likely seeing it as unnecessary information... because hey, it really is... it's a bunch of BS crap loading invisibly. They may just see that and think, "wasted space... cut it out...". I think there is more to this because at the most the data on the main server can be compressed 26% - that doesn't account for 40+ Mbps on a phone.

    I'd be curious to see what the test actually looks like while it loads. If I had to guess, the progress bar BLINKS to 100%...

    ... I didn't develop my tests for blackberry, but with your help I can sure try.

    - CA3LE
    Cozmik likes this.
    10-08-11 03:06 AM