OFCA Broadband Performance Tst

OFCA Broadband Performance Tst


This broadband performance test system is commissioned by the Office of the Communications Authority (通訊事務管理局辦公室 / 通讯事务管理局办公室), formerly the Office of the Telecommunications Authority (電訊管理局 / 电讯管理局), and designed, established, operated and supported by Hong Kong Internet eXchange. The data usage for the use of this system varies with the speed of mobile broadband connection under test. For tests on 4G connections, the data usage of a test can be up to 100 MBytes. Users are advised to keep track of their data usage from time to time in order to avoid any unnecessary mobile bill charges.
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About OFCA Broadband Performance Tst
This broadband performance test system is commissioned by the Office of the Communications Authority (通訊事務管理局辦公室 / 通讯事务管理局办公室), formerly the Office of the Telecommunications Authority (電訊管理局 / 电讯管理局), and designed, established, operated and supported by Hong Kong Internet eXchange. The data usage for the use of this system varies with the speed of mobile broadband connection under test. For tests on 4G connections, the data usage of a test can be up to 100 MBytes. Users are advised to keep track of their data usage from time to time in order to avoid any unnecessary mobile bill charges.

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A Google User
Nov 5, 2014
4.4.4 cheating.
A Google User
Oct 23, 2014
Very Good
A Google User
Jun 14, 2014
點解description 要有簡體字?
A Google User
May 25, 2014
低b 我尼粒星只系因為佢系一個官方測速app,但系尼次更新只系改左個仆街垃圾名同換左個核凸logo,班人個腦系咪装屎?on99!
A Google User
Apr 29, 2014
Nice but one odd thing Neat app! But why should the date format in the "Result" section be "mm/dd/yy"? (not my system setting) I firmly believe that "yyyy/mm/dd" is more universal (and Chinese ;-) ) and less prone to ambiguity. Even "yy/mm/dd" is not so bad.