In this article know how to Check if Internet Provider is Giving you Proposed Speed or Not.\r\nMost of the Internet Service provider cheats on their customers. They often provide lower Internet speed than a plan that you have chosen. Until today I didn't know about the reality of my Internet Provider which gave me a lower Internet speed. I have taken broadband services from ACT Fibernet formerly\u00a0Beam Telecom Pvt Ltd. It's one of the leading Internet service providers in Hyderabad and Bengaluru. Their Internet plans are attractive enough to lure customers but when I checked my broadband Speed, I was shocked to see a lower download speed than the plan I chose.\r\n\r\nI have chosen 40 MBPS plan and it costs me just over $10 per month. Yesterday late night I was bored and I choose to spend my time watching a movie on Hostar Premium. The movie was good but my Internet speed didn't allow me to stream the movie in HD. The quality shifted vice-versa from 720p HD and 480p. The overall movie experience wasn't that great because I wasn't able to watch the full movie in HD and it's my Internet Service to blame. So,\u00a0the question arises, how to check your Internet speed and know what you get for what you are paying.\r\n\r\nI visited\u00a0Speedcheck.org\u00a0to check my broadband speed and I was able to get the accurate results. I know that apart from that website there are several other Internet speed providers too but what I like the most about them is the Latency speed and also the download speed\u00a0stability.\r\nHow to Check your Internet Speed\r\nTo check your incoming Internet speed, you don't need software on your PC, doesn't matter you have Windows or Linux\/Ubuntu PC or ChromeOS laptop\/PC. Just follow the 5 simple steps mentioned below -\r\n\r\n \tConnect your computer directly to your modem.\r\n \tRun the test with not more than one device connected directly to your modem. Use Ethernet connection to measure the accurate speed.\r\n \tRemove any switches or routers or hubs between your modem and the computer.\r\n \tVisit any of the speed check website online. I visited\u00a0Speedcheck.org\u00a0you can even visit\u00a0https:\/\/www.speedtest.net which is also another known provider.\r\n \tClick on Begin to begin the process. Hardly within a minute or two, the results will be displayed.\r\n\r\nHere are my results -\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nNot just that, there are also other Internet Speed Check service providers too, which are -\r\n\r\n \thttp:\/\/speedtest.googlefiber.net\/ - A popular and known Google Fiber speed test by Google.\r\n \thttps:\/\/fast.com\/\r\n \thttps:\/\/www.meter.net\/\r\n \thttps:\/\/speedtest.telstra.com\/\r\n \thttp:\/\/speedtest.net.in\/\r\n \thttps:\/\/www.cox.com\/residential\/support\/internet\/speedtest.html\r\n \thttp:\/\/openspeedtest.com\/\r\n \thttp:\/\/speedtest.xfinity.com\/\r\n\r\nApart from your Internet download and upload speed, these websites provide other details relating to your broadband provider. They provide details like -\r\n\r\n \tLatency\r\n \tYour IP Address\r\n \tYour Service Provider name and details\r\n \tUpload Latency and Transmission speed\r\n \tDownload Latency and Transmission speed\r\n\r\nSo, that's how you can\u00a0check if your Internet Provider is giving you proposed speed or not and as of now, after drafting this article, I have to contact my broadband provider customer care to get the right speed.