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SpeedTest no longer uses Flash
SpeedTest no longer uses Flash
11-Jan-2016 15:04

SpeedTest no longer uses Flash

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A miracle happened! Everyone's favorite VoIP termination service SpeedTest finally decided to move from Flash to HTML5. So far, the version works on the spare domain beta.speedtest.net, but we hope to see a completely redesigned service at the official address soon.

Here is a little historical background. SpeedTest was created by Ookla in 2006. Since then, the service of this company has been successfully used by ISPs, governments and other organizations, including VoIP services.

Connect to GoAntiFraud to obtain solid income in GSM termination. GoAntiFraud provides an opportunity for you to run a profitable business using efficient tools to simulate human behavior on the network. We can help you customize the logic of termination in accordance with the features of your country, in order to minimize risks of SIM-block.

Thanks to SpeedTest many of us can check the connection speed on a daily basis, ping, and other parameters of connection of VoIP GSM gateways to the Internet that are critical for the termination. Accuracy of testing is determined by a location of your equipment in relation to SpeedTest servers.

Do you want to start a GSM termination business? We offer you a turnkey solution for beginners - a comprehensive package that includes the tools to protect the SIM-cards from blocking, equipment produced by EjoinTech & ChinaSkyline, as well as a handy software to computerize the operation.


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