Wondering which Internet service provider has the fastest speeds in Austin?
Turns out it's Google Fiber – and it's not close, according to data released Wednesday by Speedtest by Ookla, a web service that tracks Internet performance.
For the first six months of 2016, the average download speed on Google Fiber was 884.19 Mbps, while the average upload was 904.21 Mbps, according to Speedtest by Ookla
That compares with the citywide average download speed of 103.49 Mbps and average upload speed of 51.69 Mbps.
After Google Fiber, Speedtest by Ookla found that AT&T U-verse was next fastest with a download speed of 505.39 Mbps, followed by Spectrum (formerly Time Warner Cable) at 229.16 Mbps and then Grande Communications at 228.89 Mbps.
Among cellular data providers, AT&T ranked No. 1 in Austin, with an average download speed of 20.31 Mbps and an average upload speed of 7.66 Mbps.
T-Mobile was next, followed by Sprint and then Verizon.
The citywide average download speed for cellular providers was 18.10 Mbps, with an average upload speed of 6.91 Mbps.
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