The Speedtest Global Index compares internet speed data from around the world on a monthly basis. Data for the Index comes from the hundreds of millions of tests taken by real people using Speedtest every month.
The average download speed of 140 countries and regions was 27.44 trillion.
In addition to South Korea, the top ten countries are: Norway (67.93 trillion), Canada (63.81 trillion), Qatar (62.82 trillion), Australia (62.38 trillion), the Netherlands (62.01 trillion), the United Arab Emirates (58.82 trillion), Singapore (53.47 trillion), Croatia (52.78 trillion), and Switzerland (52.65 trillion), both far exceeding the average mobile Internet speed of 27.22 trillion global mobile phones.
Last one countries are: Mauritania, Yemen and Turkmenistan.
From January 1, 2019 onward, countries must have at least 300 unique user test results for mobile or fixed broadband in the reported month to be included in the Index. Prior to January 1, 2019 we required countries to have at least 3,333 unique user test results for fixed broadband and at least 670 unique user test results for mobile in the reported month. Results for mobile are based on all cellular technologies. Fixed broadband includes mobile WiFi results. Results are updated mid-month for the previous month.