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Qwest

Data from domains 'qwest.net' 'PHNX.QWEST.NET' 'albq.qwest.net' 'bois.qwest.net' 'cdrr.qwest.net' 'clsp.qwest.net' 'desm.qwest.net' 'dvnp.qwest.net' 'eugn.qwest.net' 'hlna.qwest.net' 'hlrn.qwest.net' 'mpls.qwest.net' 'omah.qwest.net' 'phnx.qwest.net' 'ptld.qwest.net' 'slkc.qwest.net' 'spkn.qwest.net' 'tcsn.qwest.net' 'tukw.qwest.net' 'chyn.qwest.net' 'dlth.qwest.net' 'farg.qwest.net'
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Ordered by descending tested download speed
Note: no more than the three best results from the same IP, or user, are included
Speed
Dwn/up
Claimed
ISP & Speed
User
Location
TestDay
Hour
(EST)
Company &
Domain
33.5m/4.7m   anon @ Silverdale, WA, usAmazon cloud26th 12:07 AMQwest
tukw.qwest.net
14.6m/814   anon @ Colorado Springs, CO, usMichigan, USA25th 05:26 PMQwest
clsp.qwest.net
13.1m/4.6m   anon @ Eden Prairie, MN, usAmazon cloud26th 09:41 AMQwest
mpls.qwest.net
11.8m/1.3m   anon @ Sumner, WA, us(flash speedtest)26th 12:05 AMQwest
qwest.net
10.1m/4.3m   anon @ Eden Prairie, MN, usAmazon cloud25th 08:55 PMQwest
mpls.qwest.net
10m/822   anon @ Salt Lake City, UT, usAmazon cloud28th 09:54 AMQwest
slkc.qwest.net
9.2m/1.6m   anon(flash speedtest)26th 01:05 AMQwest
qwest.net
4.9m/734   anon @ Seattle, WA, us(flash speedtest)26th 03:28 AMQwest
qwest.net
4.6m/759   anon @ Mesa, AZ, us(flash speedtest)26th 08:40 PMQwest
qwest.net
4.3m/753   SeattleRetro See Profile @ Seattle, WA, us(flash speedtest)26th 01:05 PMQwest
qwest.net
Comment:CenturyLink 7/1 SEA to Denver
1.2m/516   anon @ Kent, WA, us(flash speedtest)25th 12:30 PMQwest
qwest.net
disclaimer: the data recorded in this table represents speeds recorded by users to test servers located around the USA, at the time the test done. The speeds displayed here are for informational value only: the data is open to interpretation and for a variety of reasons should not be considered an absolute ranking of ISPs. Because most of the speed test servers are based in the USA, there is a speed bias in favor of US domains, which are closer to the servers. Even within the USA, ISPs who are nearer the North-East or the West coast may on average record higher user speeds than elsewhere, as the Internet tends to be faster and have more inter-connections in those areas so latency is lower.