Gamers Nexus: "For cities, we see that Austin, San Francisco, Boston, Seattle, and New York rank in the top -- somewhat unsurprisingly, while El Paso, TX recorded one of the worst speed outputs, clocking in at 483KB/s."
wow are these slow and yes i have taken into account that its KBps not Kbps
Highest average speed in the U.S - 941KB/s Normal average speed in Japan - 92MB/s "USA, Stuck in 1998 since 2012" Edit: Oh yeah almost forgot, U.S customers also pay on average about 3x as much per month for their internet connection.
It doesn't help that we have evil telecom corporations. Oops, I meant to say "benevolent." It's easy to get those words confused.
It's about an average of ~750KB(bytes)/s in Australia :( We also get severe data caps and pay a lot for it.
Australia seems so backwards
Indeed. As of right now though our government is rolling out a nation broadband network which is supposed to give speeds up to 100mbps to 93% of the population; but data caps remain the same.
Anyone else find that font in the article really hard to read? I'm pretty happy with my speed in the Philadelphia suburbs. Of course I would like it faster but what are you going to do?
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