Internet speed in Austria lags behind other countries

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Austria still lags significantly behind other countries when it comes to Internet speed. As the speed test of the U.S. Internet company Ookla shows, Austria ranked only 56th internationally for stationary Internet connections in March. This was well behind other European countries such as Spain, France, Switzerland, Hungary, Portugal, Sweden and Finland. In terms of mobile Internet, Austria was in the 21st place.

The front-runner was Singapore, with a download speed of 235.4 megabits per second (Mbps). It was followed by the United Arab Emirates (221.87), Chile (220.39) and China (216.38). Austria managed 77.6 Mbps in March, behind the global average of 79 Mbps. Its German neighbours made it to 51st place with 82.20 megabits per second.

Austria fared better for mobile Internet with a download speed of 76.79 megabits per second. The field was led here by the United Arab Emirates (178.25), Qatar (174.56) and Norway (143.55). By comparison, the international average in March was 41.54 megabits per second.

Internet speed is measured based on samples taken in the two largest cities in each country. The median value is then calculated on this basis and compared with data from other nations, according to the Speedtest website.

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