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Ziply Fiber Internet speeds and plans

PlanInternet typeSpeedPriceShop plans
DSL InternetDSLUp to 115Mbps$50.00/mo.Shop Ziply Fiber Plans
Fiber 100/100Fiber100Mbps*$20.00/mo.*Shop Ziply Fiber Plans
Fiber 300/300Fiber300Mbps$30.00/mo.*Shop Ziply Fiber Plans
Fiber Internet GigFiber1,000Mbps$50.00/mo.*Shop Ziply Fiber Plans
Fiber Internet 2 GigFiber2,000Mbps$60.00/mo.*Shop Ziply Fiber Plans
Fiber Internet 5 GigFiber5,000Mbps$90.00/mo.*Shop Ziply Fiber Plans
Fiber Internet 10 GigFiber10,000Mbps$300.00/mo.*Shop Ziply Fiber Plans

Not a Ziply Fiber customer?

Ziply Fiber offers a variety of  plans at affordable prices. If you’re not a Ziply Fiber customer and would like to become one, enter your zip code below to find out if Ziply Fiber is available in your area.

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Ziply Fiber average internet speed test results:

Average download speed: 103.23Mbps

Average upload speed: 128.92Mbps

Average latency:  25.2ms

Total speed tests: 23,572

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Why is my Ziply Fiber internet speed slower than advertised?

Advertised speeds usually indicate the maximum speed you can expect over a wired Ethernet connection. Wi-Fi speeds tend to be slower than a wired connection, though the gap is shortening as Wi-Fi tech continues to improve.

Your speed test results may also be slowed by other online activity taking up bandwidth on your connection, such as someone streaming video.

For the most accurate result possible, we recommend taking the speed test on a computer using an Ethernet connection and limiting internet use in your home as much as possible while running the speed test.

How do Ziply Fiber internet speed test results compare to competitors?

ProvidersAverage download speedAverage upload speedAverage latency
Ziply Fiber 103.23Mbps128.92Mbps25.20ms
Foothills Communications
101.23Mbps137.59Mbps42.13ms
66.39Mbps64.98Mbps31.54ms

How do Ziply Fiber advertised internet speeds compare to competitors?

ProviderSpeedPriceShop plans
Ziply Fiber 100–10,000Mpps$20–$300/mo.*View Plans
Xfinity 75–2,000Mbps$20–$120/mo.**View Plans
100–940Mbps$30–$75/mo.

Enter your zip code to see all providers and speeds available in your area.

How much internet speed do you need?

Take our free quiz to see how much internet speed is right for you:

What is a good internet speed?

Internet speedHow fast is this?What you can do
0–5 MbpsVery slowSend emails, search on Google, stream video in SD on one device
5–40 MbpsSlow to moderateStream video in HD on three or four devices, play online games
40–100 MbpsModerate to fastStream easily on multiple devices in HD or 4K, download big files quickly, run several smart devices
100–500 MbpsVery fastStream in 4K on more than five devices simultaneously, download massive files quickly, host a livestream
500–1,000+ MbpsExtremely fastStream in 4K on 10+ devices, run 10+ smart-home devices at a time, do basically anything on lots of devices
1,200–5,000 MbpsFaster than you needOperate a bitcoin-mining farm with two dozen computers, watch Frozen in 4K on 100 devices at the same time

About our Ziply Fiber internet speed test

The Ziply Fiber internet speed measures three things:

Download speed: The speed at which your device pulls data from the internet. Usually measured in Mbps or Gbps.

Upload speed: The speed at which your device sends data to the internet. Usually measured in Mbps or Gbps.

Latency (Ping): The time (measured in milliseconds) it takes for a signal to travel from your device to an internet server and back. Lower latency means your connection has a better response time for activities like gaming and livestreams.

How does the Ziply Fiber internet speed test work?

First, the test client on your device determines your location and finds the closest server. It then sends a tiny bit of data to the remote server, which sends a bit of data back to the client. The client records the amount of time the exchange used and then repeats the test a few more times. The test ends, and the client presents the lowest roundtrip measurement in milliseconds. This is your latency.

Next, the client (your device) establishes multiple connections (called threads) to the remote server and requests test data. As the client downloads this data, it measures the speed and makes adjustments as necessary—like opening more threads and requesting more data—to maximize the full bandwidth of your internet connection. The test ends at the predetermined time, and the client presents your current download bandwidth in megabits per second.

The upload test works in reverse: the client sends test data to the server and takes measurements. The test ends at the predetermined time, and the client presents your current upload bandwidth in megabits per second.

How does the Ziply Fiber internet speed test work?

First, the test client on your device determines your location and finds the closest server. It then sends a tiny bit of data to the remote server, which sends a bit of data back to the client. The client records the amount of time the exchange used and then repeats the test a few more times. The test ends, and the client presents the lowest roundtrip measurement in milliseconds. This is your latency.

Next, the client (your device) establishes multiple connections (called threads) to the remote server and requests test data. As the client downloads this data, it measures the speed and makes adjustments as necessary—like opening more threads and requesting more data—to maximize the full bandwidth of your internet connection. The test ends at the predetermined time, and the client presents your current download bandwidth in megabits per second.

The upload test works in reverse: the client sends test data to the server and takes measurements. The test ends at the predetermined time, and the client presents your current upload bandwidth in megabits per second.

Ziply Fiber internet speed FAQ

How fast are Ziply Fiber internet speeds?

Ziply Fiber is one of the fastest internet providers in the U.S., with speeds up to 10Gbps. That’s certainly more speed than you need, but Ziply Fiber plans aren’t just fast but also a really good value. Ziply Fiber plans tend to provide about 100Mbps of internet speed for every $10 on your monthly bill (…psst, that’s a really good deal).

How do I get faster internet?

You can get faster internet by upgrading your internet plan. If you can’t upgrade your current speeds and feel stuck with bad service, you can also switch to a new provider.

Run a search with your zip code below to see what kinds of speeds you can get in your area.

Is fiber internet better than cable and DSL?

Fiber internet is the best kind of internet service you can get; it’s the fastest and most reliable. That doesn’t mean that other internet types can’t get the job done. For example, cable internet is the U.S.’s primary broadband service type and is so close to fiber performance-wise that most customers wouldn’t even notice the difference. It’s a similar situation with 5G fixed-wireless internet.

DSL is another story. DSL’s bandwidth limits have a hard time keeping up with modern internet demands. Even when DSL can offer adequate speeds, like Ziply’s DSL plan, its performance will still be noticeably worse than a fiber or cable plan with similar speeds.

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