Top HTML5 Internet Speed Test Results in Missouri

Speed test results show an average of 25.56 Mbps download and 10.33 Mbps upload speeds across all mobile, tablet, and desktop devices tested. Take a look at the charts below for an at-a-glance view of of speed test results by device. ViaSat, Inc., AT&T, Time Warner and Verizon Wireless are among the many Internet Service Providers (ISPs) delivering broadband to United States.

BETA: The chart data is based on tests taken from a wide range of devices using varying operating systems and browsers. The test results reveal the actual bandwidth the user received at the time of the test. Check back regularly to take advantage of our latest features and added server locations, or fill out the contact form on the speed test page and we'll keep you in the loop!

Nearby Missouri Internet Speeds by City

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Research Desktop & Mobile Internet speeds for nearby cities in Missouri. You can also view the data by table and graph over a 7 day, 3 months and 12 month time frame.

Research Desktop & Mobile Internet speeds for nearby cities in Missouri. You can also view the data by table and graph over a 7 day, 3 months and 12 month time frame.
St Louis 31 Mbps 14 Mbps
Kansas City 34 Mbps 24 Mbps
Columbia 24 Mbps 29 Mbps
Springfield 30 Mbps 19 Mbps
City of Saint Peters 15 Mbps 3 Mbps
Carthage 19 Mbps 30 Mbps
O'Fallon 28 Mbps 13 Mbps
Ballwin 34 Mbps 6 Mbps
Nixa 24 Mbps 14 Mbps
Chesterfield 30 Mbps 19 Mbps

Missouri Internet Providers & Internet Products by City

Missouri Internet Upload and Download Speeds by City

Discover Internet Speeds for various Missouri cities, find out more about our speed test data and internet provider info each each city by following the links below.
Location Download Upload Location Download Upload
Cape Girardeau 37Mbps 5Mbps Fenton 29Mbps 6Mbps
Liberty 21Mbps 12Mbps Wentzville 19Mbps 3Mbps
Arnold 26Mbps 4Mbps Poplar Bluff 10Mbps 3Mbps
Sedalia 15Mbps 3Mbps Rolla 20Mbps 6Mbps
Nixa 21Mbps 13Mbps Lebanon 9Mbps 2Mbps
Ozark 16Mbps 7Mbps Warrensburg 25Mbps 4Mbps
Belton 17Mbps 9Mbps Imperial 25Mbps 6Mbps
Festus 18Mbps 3Mbps Farmington 20Mbps 3Mbps
West Plains 8Mbps 2Mbps Grandview 28Mbps 17Mbps
Branson 13Mbps 4Mbps Neosho 21Mbps 7Mbps

Historical Missouri Internet Speeds Over Time

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This is the historical Internet Speed for Missouri. You can break the data down by Desktop or Mobile and view the data by table and graph over a 7 day, 3 months and 12 month time frame

This is the historical Internet Speed for Missouri. You can break the data down by Desktop or Mobile and view the data by table and graph over a 7 day, 3 months and 12 month time frame
2017-04-01 20 Mbps 10 Mbps desktop
2017-05-01 21 Mbps 12 Mbps desktop
2017-06-01 24 Mbps 10 Mbps desktop
2017-07-01 23 Mbps 10 Mbps desktop
2017-08-01 26 Mbps 14 Mbps desktop
2017-09-01 24 Mbps 13 Mbps desktop
2017-10-01 30 Mbps 19 Mbps desktop
2017-11-01 24 Mbps 14 Mbps desktop
2017-12-01 24 Mbps 12 Mbps desktop
2018-01-01 22 Mbps 13 Mbps desktop
2018-02-01 27 Mbps 15 Mbps desktop
2018-03-01 30 Mbps 22 Mbps desktop
2018-04-01 36 Mbps 16 Mbps desktop

Latest Internet Broadband News for Missouri

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4 . Rural Internet Access gets a Boost from SuperTowers

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