I am concerned that my internet was being throttled for video streaming (e.g. Netflix). Firstly, I ran the Ookla test and it gave the internet speed I have contracted with my ISP - 15 Mbps.
I then searched the web for a more reliable speed test and I found testmy.net. It gave worse results:
Yet, I wasn't convinced, because 10.4 Mbps should be enough to give me better quality than the 360p Netflix is having. Anyway, I searched for an SPECIFIC test for throttling. Came across this "internet health test" from battle for net.
From 15 Mbps to 10 Mbps to freaking 1.5 Mbps. My question is: is this really possible and not just a miss interpretation (I know Mbps is mega bits per second and might be confused with mega BYTES per second). Because a 90% loss of speed is just too much.