For those of us who are dealing with filtered and limited domestic Internet, the promise of 30 times increase in Internet speed by the Minister of Communications has become something like a recurring bitter joke. Even other websites Speedtest In Zarepur, in the first months of taking office, Chapvarast cited it, and he has more or less come to grips with the situation of Iran’s internet, and his monthly statistics show the fall of our internet’s position in the world ranking. This website has recently published a report on the state of the world’s internet in February 2023, which also shows Iran’s five-step drop in mobile internet ranking.
according to hardwaremag; Last month, the average mobile Internet download speed in the world was 39.77 Mbps and the upload speed was 10.18 Mbps with a delay of 28 milliseconds. The average download speed of fixed internet in the world in February was 78.62 and upload was 34.39 Mbps, and the global fixed internet latency was recorded at 9 milliseconds.
The fastest internet in the world in February 2023
Last month, the United Arab Emirates offered its citizens the highest download speeds on mobile internet. The average download speed in this country was 179.61 megabits per second. After the UAE, the countries of Qatar, South Korea, Norway, Denmark, Kuwait, China, the Netherlands, Saudi Arabia and Bulgaria were in the next ranks.
Singapore also had the world’s fastest fixed internet in February, with an average download speed of 237.15 Mbps, as in the past few months. After that, the countries of China, Monaco, Chile, United Arab Emirates, Thailand, Denmark, Hong Kong, United States of America and Spain have taken the next ranks.
As in previous months, in February 2023, Afghanistan again provided one of the slowest mobile internets in the world to its people. The average download speed in this country has become slower than before and has now reached 4.04 Mbps. Before Afghanistan, the countries of Cuba, Venezuela, Haiti, Yemen, Bolivia, Tajikistan, Ghana, Somalia, Bolivia and Cameroon have occupied higher ranks.
In the fixed internet sector, Cuba has the slowest internet among countries in the world with an average speed of 1.88 Mbps. Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Syria, Niger, Yemen, East Timor, Swaziland, Sudan, Burundi, Ethiopia and Mozambique were ranked higher than Cuba.
Iran’s Internet situation on a global scale
The average download speed of fixed Internet in Iran last month was 11.27 MB/s (equivalent to 1.408 MB/s). With this speed, Iran has been ranked 147 among 180 countries in the world, falling one place compared to last month.
The mobile Internet download speed in February in Iran was slower than the previous month and was 35.03 MB/s (equivalent to 4.378 MB/s). The noticeable decrease in internet speed in the country has caused Iran’s rank to fall from 48 in November last year, 55 in December last year and 56 in January this month to 61.
The state of the world’s internet in February 2023 and the successive fall of our internet’s position on a global scale and at the same time the reduction of the internet’s speed in these reports show well how far the state of communication with the world on the internet is deteriorating. What is the state of fixed and mobile internet for you? Is your download speed higher or lower than the average recorded in the speedtest report?
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