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What ISP Are You Using To Stream OTT Video Today?

Roshan Dwivedi Published on : 18 December 2015

As consumers continue to cut the cord in increasing numbers, having an Internet connection that can ably stream online video from video streaming services like Amazon and Netflix is extremely important. Especially as the quantity of 4K video content continues to rise, viewers will want to make sure that their broadband provider can keep up with Netflix’s bandwidth requirements.

Now because Netflix transfers more bits during peak Internet hours than any other site on the web, they’re in a unique position to measure the speed and overall performance of varying ISPs across the globe. That said, Netflix earlier this week updated its ISP speed index and, per usual, shared the results online. Listed below are the fastest big-time ISPs in the United States alongside their average download speeds:

Verizon – Fios: 3.83 Mbps

Cox: 3.76 Mbps

Bright House: 3.74 Mbps

Cablevision -Optimum: 3.74 Mbps

Comcast: 3.69 Mbps

Time Warner Cable: 3.65 Mbps

Charter: 3.64 Mbps

Mediacom: 3.6 Mbps

Suddenlink: 3.52 Mbps

AT&T – U-Verse: 3.48 Mbps

AT&T – DSL: 2.84 Mbps

Frontier: 2.53

Windstream: 2.47 Mbps

Verizon – DSL: 2.14 Mbps

CenturyLink: 2.02 Mbps

Source : BGR

Written by: Roshan Dwivedi

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  1. Richard Wray
    December 18, 2015 at 9:08 pm28

    I always find the Netflix ISP figures interesting when compared to the quoted speeds delivered by the ISPs. Logic would suggest that if my connection is 10,20,100Mbps there should be no problem getting a great experience when the best average delivery is only 3.83Mbps, but we all know that is not the case. I’ve seen countless comments from customers along the lines of ‘I have a super fast connection and your service sucks!’. Just goes to show that service providers cannot rely on the customers buying a fast connection to achieve success!

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