DID YOU KNOW?
Did you know that Singapore has the fastest internet speed in the world? Since 2017, the country has had an average speed of 60.39 Mbps (megabits per second). Its internet speed surpasses the global average internet speed which is 9.1 Mbps. Meanwhile, Yemen has the slowest internet speed in the world with an average speed of just 0.31 Mbps. It would take over 36 hours to download a 5 GB movie file in Yemen while someone in Singapore could do it in 11 minutes. The average global internet speed in the world is getting faster every year. In 2018, the global average rose to 9.10 Mbps from 7.40 Mbps in 2017. More than good internet browsers, there are other reasons for this.
Those countries with the fastest internet are found to be smaller and more developed ones. Studies also find that the larger and less developed a nation is, the slower the internet will likely be. Technology plays a lot in this scenario. The countries contributing the most to the rise of internet quality are those in developed nations due to infrastructure. These countries can also roll out the best technology possible to increase internet speed. Companies nowadays, also invest in internet and browsing security. This also becomes a priority to these counties with fast internet. They want to make sure internet access for their citizens is of the highest quality.