Top HTML5 Internet Speed Test Results in Virginia

Speed test results show an average of 40.65 Mbps download and 25.11 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 Virginia Internet Speeds by City

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Research Desktop & Mobile Internet speeds for nearby cities in Virginia. 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 Virginia. You can also view the data by table and graph over a 7 day, 3 months and 12 month time frame.
Manassas 18 Mbps 12 Mbps
Strasburg 7 Mbps 1 Mbps
Ashburn 61 Mbps 45 Mbps
Richmond 47 Mbps 34 Mbps
Virginia Beach 46 Mbps 31 Mbps
Falls Church 28 Mbps 16 Mbps
Alexandria 41 Mbps 23 Mbps
Chesapeake 71 Mbps 27 Mbps
Fairfax 55 Mbps 37 Mbps
Arlington 52 Mbps 37 Mbps

Virginia Internet Providers & Internet Products by City

Virginia Internet Upload and Download Speeds by City

Discover Internet Speeds for various Virginia 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
Fairfax 51Mbps 37Mbps Manassas 23Mbps 15Mbps
Hampton 40Mbps 25Mbps Falls Church 40Mbps 25Mbps
Charlottesville 25Mbps 8Mbps Springfield 55Mbps 41Mbps
Lynchburg 34Mbps 10Mbps Portsmouth 44Mbps 26Mbps
Midlothian 50Mbps 40Mbps Herndon 51Mbps 35Mbps
Williamsburg 36Mbps 13Mbps Suffolk 26Mbps 6Mbps
Ashburn 49Mbps 45Mbps Sterling 54Mbps 43Mbps
Stafford 53Mbps 17Mbps Leesburg 48Mbps 41Mbps
Winchester 33Mbps 7Mbps Centreville 60Mbps 40Mbps
Harrisonburg 22Mbps 7Mbps Glen Allen 39Mbps 28Mbps

Historical Virginia Internet Speeds Over Time

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This is the historical Internet Speed for Virginia. 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 Virginia. 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 26 Mbps 17 Mbps desktop
2017-05-01 37 Mbps 24 Mbps desktop
2017-06-01 37 Mbps 22 Mbps desktop
2017-07-01 41 Mbps 21 Mbps desktop
2017-08-01 38 Mbps 23 Mbps desktop
2017-09-01 37 Mbps 22 Mbps desktop
2017-10-01 41 Mbps 27 Mbps desktop
2017-11-01 39 Mbps 25 Mbps desktop
2017-12-01 44 Mbps 27 Mbps desktop
2018-01-01 49 Mbps 24 Mbps desktop
2018-02-01 47 Mbps 26 Mbps desktop
2018-03-01 45 Mbps 26 Mbps desktop
2018-04-01 62 Mbps 25 Mbps desktop

Latest Internet Broadband News for Virginia

1 . Comcast Data Caps — Cause for Bandwidth Concern?

Recently, the word about Comcast planning the expansion of its monthly Internet data caps to other markets filled the technology news. As one of the nation’s leading providers of Internet service, Comcast’s data cap policy might be implemented by other ISPs. If you are someone who leverages your home Internet service to download or stream […]

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2 . Comcast boosts its Gigabit Internet Service Footprint

Not to be outdone by AT&T and Google Fiber, Comcast is expanding its gigabit Internet service across the Northeast. The company’s move follows a similar expansion in other areas of the country. The massive telecom and entertainment firm likely hopes to lessen the effects of cord cutting on its subscriber base. News about the growth of […]

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3 . Elon Musk making Satellite Internet more Viable?

In a sense, satellite Internet service is the red-headed stepchild of the industry. While it allows those in underserved rural regions to enjoy access to the Web, generally poor speeds combined with monthly bandwidth limits hamper the quality of service to those users. Some satellite ISPs even place additional bandwidth caps on their customers during […]

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4 . Google Project Fi ranks as the Most Popular Wireless Network

The readers of PC Magazine named Google’s Project Fi as the most popular wireless network according to the magazine’s 2018 Readers Choice Awards. Actually, the Google network tied with Consumer Cellular, who regularly ranks at the top of the PCMag survey. Bringing up the rear are some of the biggest players in the industry, including AT&T, Sprint, […]

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5 . Cord Cutting Losses increase for Comcast

Cord cutting continues to play havoc with the subscriber counts at the top players in the pay TV industry, including Comcast. In fact, some analysts predict the tech giant’s losses because of cord cutters to more than double this year. Other companies, especially the satellite providers DirecTV and Dish, suffer from a similar subscriber loss. […]

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6 . Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition and your Internet Speed

I am playing the intense Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition expansion on the PlayStation 4 with the new first player perspective and dramatic storyline changes. Mixed feelings abound. Judging this game as if I were a new RPG gamer or a Final Fantasy fangirl from VII on remains the question. I’ll put it this way […]

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7 . Rural Internet Access gets a Boost from SuperTowers

Expanding rural Internet access continues to be championed by many in the government and telecommunications industry. In fact, we previously talked about initiatives from Microsoft, Elon Musk, and others. Preventing the adverse impacts of digital redlining in underserved regions of America benefits the country in a myriad of ways. It now appears that a new group […]

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8 . The Optimum Internet Speed for 4K Videogaming

In terms of screen resolution, 4K is the next level after most TVs went began to support 1080p in the past decade. DirecTV was the first TV provider to offer 4K content through on-demand and it picked up steam with sports programming where viewers could now stream matches in 4K live. Since YouTube now supports […]

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9 . The Differences between the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus

Samsung recently introduced its new flagship Galaxy S9 and the S9+ to the world, with high-end tech consumers already starting the comparisons. Does the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus deserve its moniker and hefty price tag, or is the S9 good enough for government work? Let’s take a look. Pretty Samsung Galaxy Smartphones The S9 and […]

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10 . AT&T announces First Cities to receive Mobile 5G

The commercial rollout of mobile 5G wireless service continues to become a reality. This week, AT&T stepped up to plate by naming three of the first 12 cities to receive its 5G wireless service. We previously reported on the telecommunications giant’s 5G trials taking place in Waco, Texas. News about the cities scheduled to receive […]

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