Top 8 Countries With World\’s Fastest Internet!

We know how many of you are struggling to find the perfect Internet connection with a good speed. Well, it’s altogether a different story in many countries where the internet is blazing fast on a normal speed as well. Here is the list of countries with the fastest internet connections based on Akamai’s State Of The Internet report.

1. Hong Kong – 65.1Mbps

Maintaining its position as the country with the fastest internet, Hong Kong is still the no. 1 on the list with peak speed of 65.1Mbps. Although this is 0.9 per cent fall as compared to past quarter, but it is a 32 per cent growth as compared to last year.

2. South Korea – 53.5Mbps

South Korea gains two spots to secure the No. 2 spot this time with its peak internet speed of 53.3Mbps. The speed shows a growth of 19 per cent over the past quarter and 14 per cent over last year.

3. Japan – 48.8Mbps

Loosing one place Japan now sits on third position with highest speed of 48.8Mbps. This is an increase of 3.1 per cent compared to the previous quarter and 21 percent compared to last year.

4. Romania – 47.5Mbps

On No. 4 is Romania with 47.5Mbps highest speed. This is a 0.6 per cent growth over the previous quarter and a 23 per cent growth over 2012.

5. Singapore – 45.6Mbps

On fifth spot rests Singapore, with maximum speed of 45.6Mbps. This is a brilliant growth of 61 per cent over last year and 4.1 per cent over last quarter.

6. Latvia – 44.6Mbps

Rolling down one place Latvia stands on No. 6 with its peak internet speed of 44.6Mbps. This is an increase of 5.4 per cent since the last quarter and 33 per cent from last year.

7. Switzerland – 41.4Mbps

Switzerland holds the seventh spot on the list with its top speed of 41.4Mbps. This translates into a rise of 3.9 per cent in past quarter and 38 per cent over the past year.

8. Israel – 40.1. Mbps

Yes we are not kidding, despite the country was not there in the top 10 last quarter, Israel this time secured the eight spot with its top speed touching 40.1Mbps. This is a 53 per cent growth over last year and 6.4 per cent compared to the preceding quarter.


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