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Mobile internet speed increases by 15% in Bangladesh

According to the information published on the company's website, the speed of mobile internet in Bangladesh has increased by 15.38 % in the last one year.

According to the information published on the company's website, the speed of mobile internet in Bangladesh has increased by 15.38 % in the last one year.

Dhaka: In the last one year, the speed of mobile internet in has increased by 15.38 %. However, at the same time, the average speed of global mobile internet has increased by 59.5 % according to Ookla speed testing parameters.

As such, the growth rate of mobile internet in Bangladesh is about one-fourth of the global average. Although the average of Bangladesh is worse than the global average in mobile internet, the speed of broadband connection is ahead.

Compared to July last year, the speed of broadband connectivity in the world increased by an average of 31.87 % in July this year. This information was obtained by analyzing the data of the recently published Internet Speed Testing and Analysis Institute ‘Ookla’.

According to the information published on the company’s website, the speed of mobile internet in Bangladesh has increased by 15.38 % in the last year.

At the same time, the global has increased by 59.5 %.

According to the company, in July 2020, the average download speed of mobile internet in the world was 34.52 megabytes per second (Mbps).

In July this year, it has increased to 55.07 Mbps. And the average download speed of mobile internet in Bangladesh in July last year was 10.92 Mbps. In one year, it has been 12.6 Mbps.

According to the organization, the top 10 countries in terms of mobile internet speed in 2021 are: , , Qatar, , Cyprus, Norway, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Australia, and Bulgaria.

Bangladesh’s position in the Ookla’s Mobile Internet Speed Index is nearing completion. Like in June, Bangladesh was at 135 in July.

However, 137 countries were on the list in the June report and 139 in July.

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