Welcome to the Oz Broadband Speed Test. This site is an Internet speed test, where you can test both the download speed and the upload speed of your Internet connection, whether it be Dialup, ADSL, ADSL2, ADSL2+, Cable, Wireless or Satellite.

Optus Speed Test Mirror

We recommend you use the Optus mirror.

→ Start Speed Test

Search Broadband Plans

Find and compare broadband plans the easy way. It could even help you find a better deal.

Your Location Type of Broadband Plan Broadband Plan Features

Compare & Save

Deals powered by WhistleOut
Use WhistleOut's technology to compare:
Mobile phone plans & deals
Mobile phone models
Mobile phone carriers
Broadband plans & deals
Broadband providers
Deals powered by WhistleOut

Broadband News

RSS news feed   Subscribe to Oz Broadband Speed Test News Feed   Follow Oz 
Broadband Speed Test on Twitter   Follow Oz Broadband Speed Test on Twitter

Wednesday, 20th August 2014

Village Roadshow no-show for online piracy forum

In a strongly-worded email to Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Village Roadshow Co-CEO Graham Burke has said the company will not attend an upcoming public forum on copyright infringement because it will be dominated by "crazies".
Source: ZDNet Australia

FRITZ!Box goes VDSL2 with new modem/router

Ahead of the NBN FTTN rollout, PCRange has added the VDSL2-capable FRITZ!Box 7360 modem/router to its catalogue.
Source: iTWire

Vodafone picks Ericsson to rebuild core network

Vodafone Hutchison Australia has chosen equipment vendor Ericsson to build its new core network, and plans to be Australia's first telco to offer voice services over a 4G network.
Source: iTnews Australia

Voice over 4G: Vodafone lands Australian first

Vodafone will be the first carrier in Australia to enable voice calls over a 4G network, which will eliminate call lag and enable phone calls in high definition.
Source: ARN

NBN expert panel member rejects Scales report

The ACCC did not overly influence the expert panel's recommendation to the Labor government that the NBN should be fibre to the premises, according to panel member Rod Tucker.
Source: ZDNet Australia

In support of a fibre-to-the-premises NBN

In his independent audit of the public policy process behind the national broadband network, former Telstra director Bill Scales suggests there was never an internal debate about different technology options for the NBN.
Source: Computerworld

Telstra faces legal action over late payment fees

Australia's major telcos are about to face a massive class action over their late payment fees.
Source: ABC News

Telstra, Optus, Voda hit with class action on late fees

Lawyers have announced a class action against Australia’s top telcos for what it says are illegal late fees. It is being financed by a British firm with a record of success in such cases.
Source: iTWire

Tuesday, 19th August 2014

Telstra warns of scammers impersonating staff

Telstra says it is receiving hundreds of complaints each month about scammers posing as employees to obtain personal information.
Source: ABC News

New powers could give ASIO a warrant for the entire internet

The broad definition of a 'network' in new national security legislation could give Australia's top spy agency access to just about every computer on the internet, according to legal experts.
Source: ZDNet Australia

Telstra hands over browsing history in current warrantless metadata regime

A paper from the Parliamentary Library has suggested URLs might be required to be retained under any data retention regime because Telstra has handed over URL history to law enforcement agencies in the past.
Source: ZDNet Australia

Monday, 18th August 2014

Dodo dead all day across Australia

Budget ISP Dodo has been all but dead all day, with customers reporting an issue affecting both DSL and dial-up connections across Australia.
Source: iTWire

Telstra renews Ericsson optical deal

Telstra has confirmed Ericsson as its continued supplier for optical transport equipment and services. It builds on previous agreements, and now includes equipment from optical specialist Ciena.
Source: iTWire

The strange history of protecting internet cables from sharks

Feisty fish may like to have a little nibble, but real damage is more mundane.
Source: PC Authority

Big increase in regional Australians online

From the city to the bush more and more Australians are going online and they are using the Internet more frequently. Smart phones have helped.
Source: iTWire