Study: Fargo Internet 30 percent slower than advertised
FARGO -- New data shows that residential Internet customers here might not be getting all the downloading horsepower they're paying for.
Median download speeds for Fargo residents are about 30 percent slower than what Internet service providers are advertising, according to a yearlong study by broadband testing and network diagnostic company Ookla.
Grand Forks fared much better. Median download speeds for residents there were about 8 percent faster than advertised.
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