Wednesday, 14 November 2018

Singapore leads the way as Britain slumps to 35th place for broadband speeds

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Tuesday 10 July 18

Consumers in the UK get slower broadband than those in Madagascar, Lithuania and Romania, new report finds

The UK has fallen to 35th place in the world tables for broadband connectivity, according to an annual report published by Cable.co.uk and M-Lab. The report shows the UK averaging broadband speeds of just 18.57Mbps, far below the 46.2Mbps claimed by Ofcom in its annual report…

The UK has fallen to 35th place in the world tables for broadband connectivity, according to an annual report published by Cable.co.uk and M-Lab. The report shows the UK averaging broadband speeds of just 18.57Mbps, far below the 46.2Mbps claimed by Ofcom in its annual report…

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