Speedtest Global Index is a monthly ranking of global mobile and fixed broadband speeds. Ookla’s mission is to make the internet faster by providing data and insights on real-world internet speeds. As part of that mission, Ookla is making Speedtest data available to you in a new, interactive format.
Based on the billions of consumer-initiated tests taken all over the world using Speedtest, this resource displays the latest information on which countries have the fastest mobile and fixed broadband and which have the slowest.
The home page gives you a quick overview of how countries rank, how that rank has changed in the last month, and the download speed that rank is based on.
Click on an individual country to see 12 months’ worth of data including historic download and upload speeds over mobile and fixed broadband.
Use these country pages to spot spikes and dips in internet performance on a country level. Uncover trends and detect potential storylines.
Mouseover a dot on the trendline to see the average speed and worldwide ranking for that particular month, giving you the depth of data you need to tell richer stories.
We hope you’ll come to see Speedtest Global Index as a go-to resource for global internet performance data. Take this data and use it to tell stories that help make the internet faster in your home country and around the world. Feel free to cite Speedtest Global Index as a source and link to it as needed.
The organizers will update Speedtest Global Index with data based on the previous month at the beginning of every month so you’ll have fresh statistics and an early eye on new developments.
As we wrote before, Hungary signed a European Union declaration on the development of 5G networks at an informal meeting of EU telecommunications officials in Estonia.
Source: Press release