Global Average Internet Access Speeds Increase 20% in 4Q 2014

In the fourth quarter of 2014, the global average Internet connection speed increased 20 percent to 4.5 Mbps, while the global average peak connection speed increased 16 percent to 26.9 Mbps, according to Akamai.

In the Asia-Pacific region, South Korea had the highest average overall connection speeds at 22.2 Mbps, while Indonesia had the lowest at 1.9 Mbps.

Hong Kong had the highest average overall Internet peak connection speed at 87.7 Mbps, while Indonesia had the lowest at 13.4 Mbps.

In the fourth quarter of 2014, average mobile connection speeds ranged from a high of 16 Mbps in the United Kingdom to a low of 1 Mbps in New Caledonia in the fourth quarter of 2014. China had an average mobile speed of four; Hong Kong about 5.7 Mbps. India had average mobile speeds about 1 Mbps.

In the fourth quarter of 2014, China had an average mobile Internet access speed of about 4 Mbps; Hong Kong about 5.7 Mbps. India had average mobile speeds about 1 Mbps, according to Akamai.

Sri Lanka and Malaysia had average mobile speeds of about 2 Mbps, while Thailand average speeds were a bit lower, at about 1.8 Mbps. according to Akamai.
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