In Klamath there are 2 internet service providers, with Spectrum being the most popular. Spectrum offers cable internet service. In recent tests, Spectrum customers had an average download speed of 23 Mbps and an average upload speed of 9 Mbps. In addition to Spectrum, DSL and fiber internet service is also available from Frontier Communications.
While our research has shown these to be the real speeds that users experience, there are many factors that can affect the actual download and upload speeds you will encounter. These may include the type of internet connection you have, the distance between your device and the router, the number of users on the network, and the strength of the signal.
|Provider||Download Speed||Upload Speed||Latency|
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|23 Mbps||9 Mbps||36 ms|
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|483 Mbps||235 Mbps||18 ms|
|* Data from speed tests taken in the last 3 months|
Spectrum is the most popular provider in Klamath offering cable internet service. Users have been getting 23 Mbps for download speeds and 9 Mbps for upload speeds over 48 recent tests.
Spectrum has the 2nd fastest average download speed, the 2nd fastest average upload speed, and the 2nd lowest latency out of all of the providers in Klamath. 25% of users saw download speeds between 10-25 Mbps, and 29% of users saw upload speeds slower than 5 Mbps.
|Date||Download Speed||Upload Speed||Latency|
|March 23, 2023||31 Mbps||8 Mbps||36 ms|
|March 22, 2023||23 Mbps||8 Mbps||36 ms|
|March 9, 2023||73 Mbps||9 Mbps||36 ms|
Frontier Communications is the 2nd most popular provider in Klamath offering DSL and fiber internet service. Users have been getting 483 Mbps for download speeds and 235 Mbps for upload speeds over 9 recent tests.
Frontier Communications has the fastest average download speed, the fastest average upload speed, and the lowest latency out of all of the providers in Klamath. 40% of users saw download speeds between 250-500 Mbps, and 40% of users saw upload speeds faster than 250 Mbps.
We’ll run a download test and an upload test to give you the full picture of your internet connection.