On the speed testing index for September, Bangladesh was rated 133rd for mobile internet and 98th for fixed broadband. According to the Ookla Speedtest Global Index for September 2020, the country improved two spots from the previous month in mobile internet, with an average download speed of 10.76 Mbps, and one spot in broadband, with an average speed of 29.85 Mbps. In Bangladesh, there has been no major improvement in the speed of mobile internet. According to Ookla, a company that compares Internet speeds in various regions of the world, this is the case. Despite the fact that Bangladesh has a better broadband internet condition than nations like Turkey and Indonesia but behind Uganda?
In terms of mobile internet, the statistics are well below the worldwide average of 35.96 Mbps, with Uganda, Syria, and Libya outperforming Bangladesh.
Bangladesh’s Internet Condition
Zimbabwe, Palestine, Venezuela, and Afghanistan are the other four countries behind Bangladesh this time. Every month, Okla presents a comparison image of the average internet speed of several nations based on data analysis. They publish the previous month’s statistics in the middle of the next month. As a result, the company’s July report depicts Bangladesh’s Internet speed in June. The results and rating speak for themselves: when it comes to mobile data, Bangladesh is at the bottom of the heap.
Who’s at the top?
However, In the mobile internet category, South Korea took first place (121 Mbps), followed by China and the United Arab Emirates in second and third place, respectively. Singapore leads the broadband category with 226.60 Mbps, followed by Hong Kong (210.73 Mbps) and Romania (193.47 Mbps) in second and third place, respectively.
When it comes to the internet, Bangladesh still has a long way to go.
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