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'Netflix' News, Updates: 'Netflix' Launches 'Fast.com' To Speed Test Internet Connection; Time To Check Your Internet Bill

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"Netflix" has the best and updated content libraries available to anyone anytime anywhere. But due to the poor and slow Internet connection, the viewing experience suffers and to the worse, interrupted. That is why "Netflix" on Wednesday has introduced its very own speed test site, "Fast.com," for the subscribers to check on the real-time Internet speed is.

This move will give insight and control to Netflix subscribers on their Internet service. "Fast.com" is simply a basic element but could give a greater impact on the streaming market. Having no options to configure and no distracting graphics in it, it becomes simply charming and accessible for everyone. In fact, there have no options to choose on what to test, whether the upload speed or download speed. The sense is nothing more than it is specially made to cater Netflix subscribers. Simply browse the website and the speed testing automatically run.

The sad reality is that many people are still locked into deals with ISP's that delivers less than quality download speeds, a problem which is only worsen by the rise in mobile HD content. 

In the past, Netflix has investigated and exposed the speed performance of several ISPs in the United States and around the world. This information can be very helpful for users hoping to get the most on those they pay for. Finally the users now have the knack to easily and quickly see whether their download speed is on equivalence with what they signed up for, Boy Genius Report added.

The website launch comes just a few weeks after Netflix launched new cellular data controls allowing users yank the quality of their video streams, so that those on patchier connections may choose lower-quality streams, Venture Beat reported.

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