I'm currently on a plan with my ISP where I'm supposed to be getting 100mpbs/10mbps and I just checked speedtest.net and it shows that I'm getting about 92.68 mbps download and 9.70 mbps upload. The ping test shows 19ms. I have an ISP supplied modem and I just recently purchased a d-link DIR-880L router since my airport extreme died. The test was conducted on my iMac that is connected via ethernet. So I have a question about increasing the speeds to my various devices with the background information that you have above. If I upgrade my internet plan to the next level, it jumps to 300mbps/30mbps. Since my d-link DIR-880L is capable of gigabit speeds via ethernet, will that mean that I should be seeing my speediest.net results jump up to about those advertised? If so, does that mean that my wi-fi should also be faster too? We currently have two iphone5's and two ipad2's. I currently have them connected to the 5GHz band. Is my speed being limited by the internet plan since my devices should be able to handle much faster connections? Curious to know if I should pay for the upgraded internet plan. Thanks.