Greater Clarks Hill Regional Library


Georgia Broadband Initiative Speedtest

GCHRL System, June 25, 2020

Is your home internet too slow?

Do you lose a cellphone signal when you are walking around in your home?

Can you get videos on your smartphone, but it takes a long time to download?

Then WE NEED YOU! Take a Speedtest and help internet service providers and mobile phone carriers know where Georgians need better connectivity.

Speedtest Directions (Data rates may apply):

For mobile devices, download the Speedtest app:
Android: Once installed on your device, open and click “GO.” You can also turn on the “Speedtest” function in your “Settings” if you are using an Android device.
iOS (Apple): Once installed on your device, open and click “GO.”

For laptops and computers connected to your home or business internet service:
Go to and click “GO.”

About the Georgia Broadband Initiative

Broadband has become essential to business, education, healthcare, agriculture, and overall quality of life. Unfortunately, high-speed internet access remains out of reach for Georgians, especially those in many rural communities. In 2018, the state launched the Georgia Broadband Deployment Initiative (GBDI). The initiative calls for the promotion and deployment of broadband services throughout the state to unserved areas with a minimum of 25 Mbps download and 3 Mbps upload speeds to increase economic, education, and social opportunities for Georgia citizens and businesses.

About Ookla®

Ookla is the global leader in mobile and broadband network intelligence, testing applications, and technology. With over 10 million consumer-initiated tests taken daily on the company’s flagship platform, Speedtest®, Ookla provides invaluable insight into the performance, quality, and accessibility of networks worldwide. Operators, businesses, and government agencies alike rely on Ookla for unparalleled and immediate information on the state of networks and online services.