Ready to run a Brighthouse speed test on your Internet connection? Sometimes spelled Brighthouse but officially known as “Bright House Networks” is the number six largest owner/operator of cable in the United States. Brighthouse serves five states, including Alabama, California, Florida, Indiana, and Michigan.
With over two million customers served in these five states, the Brighthouse speed test is made to help test the Internet speed connection of these customers in regards to the multitude of services offered by the company including high-speed data, Television, and phone services. Customers of all sizes from residential to businesses are served.
The advertising side of Bright House Networks also runs the media design for the Brighthouse speed test and is called “Bright House Media Strategies” to assist business customers with advertising solutions online and offline including the use of local news channels in Florida.
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Specific areas that can use the Brighthouse Speed Test are:
- Bakersfield, California
- Birmingham, Alabama
- Orlando, Florida
- Detroit, Michigan
- Indianapolis, Indiana
- Tampa Bay, Florida
When running a Internet speed test from Brighthouse, they want you to be please be aware that there can be many factors that affect a throughput (Bandwidth) speed. These factors can include the performance and configuration of your computer or smartphone, the web server speed of any websites that you use, wireless hardware connections and range and any Internet congestion that is currently going on.
Bright House Networks also does not guarantee connection speeds to every destination or location to be the same. If you have slow Internet access and you need a high speed connection then be sure to check out OutBooster to speed things up for you.
Have you ran a speed test as a Brighthouse Networks customer? What is you download speed or upload rates? Does videos stream ok on your current speed or do you need faster Internet speed at your home or business? Read below for a brief history of Bright House.
Formerly owned by Time Warner Entertainment, all of the systems are now owned by Bright House Networks under a conversion deal in 2003 by Advance/Newhouse who took direct management of the company. The news channels mentioned above in Florida owned by the company are two regional channels — Bay News 9 in the Tampa Bay market, and Central Florida News 13 in the Orlando market.
What makes Bright House Networks somewhat exclusive is their extensive fiber optic network in the Florida area which is used to provide commercial services liked dedicated Internet access and specialty VPN services.