Rogers has recently launched its new speed test feature, which allows customers to check their download speeds at home or on the go. The company claims that the feature is accurate within 2% of actual speed. What does this mean? Rogers Speed testsare becoming increasingly common, especially for mobile data usage. In fact, according to Cisco, over half (53%) of US consumers now rely on mobile broadband services for their primary Internet connection.This means that you should always be aware of your current speed before downloading anything.