This week, our interest in maintaining incredible internet connection has lead us to finding out which countries Wi-Fi is performing best.
And the results have been interesting…
Rotten Wi-Fi’s latest findings show that the UK is surprisingly quite far behind other countries in terms of interest speed. Public Wi-Fi has become a pretty essential part of everyday life for most of us and the demand has certainly increased in recent years. Interestingly the UK falls behind countries such as Lithuania and Switzerland when comparing the average download speed.
Although we do come in behind Lithuania, Singapore, Denmark and Switzerland in terms of internet speed, we are placed ahead of the USA and Germany. In fact, the USA and Germany haven’t been doing so well in recent years and their internet speed hasn’t made the top 20 until this year. The latest findings show that countries such as Latvia, Hungary and Estonia are still ahead of Germany and the USA in terms of download speed.
Lithuania tops the charts with the fastest public Wi-Fi, followed closely by Denmark. Fast and effective public Wi-Fi is hugely important in the modern day and we’ll be interested to see if the UK can develop their Wi-Fi speed to keep up with the demand in the coming years.
Data source: www.rottenwifi.com; November 2016
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