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Our users in Manila experienced overall upload speeds of 3.4 Mbps, which was 26 percent higher than the average Upload Speed Experience in Angeles and at least 36 percent higher than the average for Cebu, Davao, and Cagayan de Oro,' the report read.
(Mbps is megabits per second, a measure of network transmission or data transfer speed.
T-Mobile offered the fastest median upload speeds in both San Francisco and San Jose, recording 13.8 Mbps and 18.8 Mbps, respectively.
The Index indicated that the upload speed in Qatar reached an average of 16.6 Mbps from the mobile Internet and 32.20 Mbps from the fixed broadband Internet.
Consistent with Akamai's forecast, the quarterly trend of Philippines' average internet speed for both mobile and fixed broadband has been on an upward trend and has even doubled from third quarter of 2016 (7.77 Mbps for mobile and 8.40 Mbps for broadband) to first quarter of 2019 (14.71 Mbps for mobile and 19.31 for broadband) based on Speedtest[R] reports by Ookla[R].
For April 2019, OOKLA noted that mobile and fixed broadband internet speeds in the country stood at 14.73 Mbps and 18.66 Mbps, respectively.
The index also ranked Qatar first among all Gulf countries and 39th globally in terms of fixed broadband Internet speed for April with a speed of 62.65 Mbps.
Internet speed in NCR range from 3.5 to 3.6 Mbps, the further you go south the slower is the speed.
Worldwide, Singapore led the way with an average speed of 60.39 Mbps. In second was Sweden at 46 Mbps, while Denmark was third at 43.99 Mbps.
In the previous ranking, Azerbaijan ranked 102nd with an indicator of 2.67 Mbps.
SeaTac more than doubled its download speed from last year, reaching 103 Mbps. Denver, which topped the list over the past two years, came in second at 78.7 Mbps.
Telecom Egypt's WE mobile operator announced a breakthrough in ADSL internet services in Egypt, launching WE packages that offer speeds of up to 100 Mbps at competitive prices.
New Delhi: A Trai report said Reliance Jio topped the chart of fastest 4G telecom operators with an average peak download speed of 21.3 megabit per second (mbps) on its network in January.