Speedtest has once again revealed which countries have the world’s fastest internet speeds, and spoilers: Australia still isn’t doing too hot. But I’m guessing you will have suspected as much given the everything.
Granted, for the second consecutive year, we’ve managed to rank #9 for mobile speeds (126.97 Mbps). Fixed broadband, on the other hand, is another matter entirely. Currently, this proud and well-thought-out nation of ours is ranked #54 and falling with 85.57 Mbps (the global average being 110.24 Mbps). Sandwiched between the likes of Estonia and Czechia, the latter of which is above us, the category’s top honour belongs to Singapore with an impressive 262.20 Mbps.