Why is my EarthLink internet so slow?

Why is my EarthLink internet so slow?

Why is my EarthLink internet so slow?

Like cell phone plans, this type of internet typically has a data limit associated with it — so if you’ve hit your limit, you’ll be experiencing slower speeds. You should be able to check your data usage on the provider’s app or web portal. If you know it’s not due to a data cap, try moving the device around your home.

How many Mbps does EarthLink have?

EarthLink internet speed and data

Plan Download speed Data cap
18 Mbps Internet 18 Mbps Unlimited
24 Mbps Internet 24 Mbps Unlimited
45 Mbps Internet 45 Mbps Unlimited
50 Mbps Internet 50 Mbps Unlimited

What are EarthLink upload speeds?

EarthLink home internet plans

Plan Max speeds Data cap
50Mbps (Fiber) 50Mbps download, 50Mbps upload None
75Mbps (DSL) 75Mbps download, 8Mbps upload None
100Mbps (Fiber) 100Mbps download, 100Mbps upload None
1,000Mbps (Fiber) 1,000Mbps download, 1,000Mbps upload None

Does EarthLink throttle internet?

With graphics improving and more of our lives moving online, our connections require more data than ever. That’s why our wired internet never has data caps or speed throttling. Other providers allow you to track usage in the app… but that’s just something else to worry about.

How can you tell if your internet is being throttled?

How to tell if your internet is being throttled

  1. Step 1: Run a speed test. Use our speed test to get an initial read on your internet speeds.
  2. Step 2: Run a speed test on a Virtual Private Network.
  3. Step 3: Compare speed test #1 and #2.
  4. Step 4: Compare your results to advertised speeds.

Does EarthLink have a data cap?

Just so you know, EarthLink doesn’t have data caps on our fiber internet. We think making the right connection with your ISP is essential, and you should be able to use the internet how you want.

Is 1.2 TB of data enough?

The cable company points out that 1.2TB is enough data to stream between 480 and 560 hours of HD video a month, more than 150 hours of 4K video a month, stream more than 21,600 hours of music and spend nearly 3,500 hours on videoconferencing services/apps such as Zoom, FaceTime and Google Duo.