Poles are among those who complain about everything. Our roads are not like that, the health care is not good, the internet is so slow that it’s a pity to talk … We decided to check it.
Of course, we also like to complain about our internet connections. But is this complaint valid? I wonder if this is an area where we are far behind the competition, and isn’t Poland’s internet connection that bad? After all, we can start a discussion only when there are figures and graphs, and everyone can do it.
Mobile communications from all over the world have entered the wallpaper.
For testing, we used very efficient web servers and our Polish program, which is currently used by about one million people around the world. You can download this program for both Android and iOS. We also have a Light version for weak smartphones. We invite you to test the speed of your internet and compare it with our results.
The overall results will vary significantly between countries, as the development of 3G networks in all or LTE is at a different level of development. There are countries LTE has not yet been implemented and therefore the speeds will be significantly lower than the rest. There are places where there are even problems with the reception of 3G. It turns out that we download at an average speed of 8.44 using mobile communication in the world Mb/ s, and we send an average speed of 2.03 Mb/ s. This is definitely better than anyone can imagine. These are both 3G and LTE. In the case of recent tests performed by Huawei and Vodafone They have shown that it is possible to transmit data at a speed of 2 Tb / s over a distance of more than 3325 kilometers, while providing twenty times more bandwidth, our results are like a good joke. But let us remember that the results we have achieved are real results in the presence of distortions and other obstacles. Then it is difficult and impossible to achieve purely academic results. After all, the results were almost 9 Mb/ s is satisfactory. So let’s see who has the fastest mobile internet in the world.
Denmark remains unrivaled in this regard with 25.90 Mb / s download and 6.59 Mb / s download.
If we look at the graph, we can see that almost all the podiums belong to the Scandinavian countries. Immediately after Denmark, Norway is second with 21.18 points MbDownload / s and 5.35 Mbsend / s. Switzerland is third with 20.92 / 5.95 points Mb/ s. You will be surprised, but Poland was in the top twenty of the world and in 13th place !!! Only other highly developed European countries are ahead of us, so it is often exaggerated to read in the comments on the Internet that we have worse relations than Bangladesh or African countries. It turns out that even the United Kingdom is lower than us, and the United States is not even in the top ten in the world.
But as a consolation, we wanted to show you that Poland has the fastest internet in the world. You can check the details here: https://www.speedtest.pl/ranking_isp/5/54/2-0-0-1-2-0-0-0-2.
Let’s look at how statistics are divided by continents.
Since the best in the world are undeniable Europeans, the top three look like the world here.
The average download speed on our continent is 10.74 Mb/ s and shipping is 2.63 Mb/ s. It turns out that Poland (14.77 / 5.72 Mb/ s) Has higher results than the European average and even the world average. Denmark, Norway and Switzerland have long used mobile internet LTE-Advancedis an extended version LTEPlay only in Poland, and has recently been used by Plus. The other two (Orange and Play) are preparing to perform LTE-Advanced To date, it has built an extensive base station infrastructure LTE.
As for the Asian market, South Korea is the clear winner.
The average download in this highly developed Asian country is 13.79 Mb / s. Loading is very weak, but the entire Asian market is working on such large orders. This is 0.68 Mb / s in Korea and 1.52 Mb / s in Asia. As for downloads, the average download speed in this region is 6.81 Mb / s. Mobile internet is quite developed in Asian countries, but local operators are facing completely different problems than ours. Operators in highly developed Asian countries, where the average user changes their smartphone twice a year, should be able to manage more traffic than their European counterparts.
As for the African market, Morocco was the best country.
This is strange, because I was sure that South Africa would win. It turns out that this country is in second place. The average load on this continent is 5.44 Mb/ s and the average load is 1.25 Mb/ s. Contrary to many people’s beliefs, Africa is also benefiting LTEand even LTE-Advanced. They have been in victorious Morocco for a year LTE-Advanced Using a total bandwidth of 30 MHz, it provides peak download speeds of up to 225 Mbit / s.
In South America, the struggle is equal.
Chile is the leader, but in fact, Chile, Ecuador and Colombia go hand in hand, because the difference in speed between them is small. The average load on this continent is 5.26 Mb/ s and the average load is 1.37 Mb/ s. The first networks LTE-Advanced they came to this continent only this year and in only a few countries. However, operators are struggling to optimize the network plan, which should serve both large sparsely populated areas and small areas with very large populations.
The results in North America are astonishing.
It turned out that their downloads for mobile internet in Canada are higher than in the United States. The average download on this continent is 9.6 Mb / s, and the average download is 1.96 Mb / s. Mobile networks in the United States are one of the most advanced in the world. Operators have been using LTE-Advanced and VoLTE for a long time. One of them even decided to turn off the 2G GSM network! But their problem stems from something else entirely. In the US, the LTE signal reaches almost everywhere, but is very weak! High-rise skyscrapers are not suitable for the propagation of radio waves, and operators are waiting for the next auctions of frequencies in the range of 700 MHz.
Australia is the last, but unfortunately they have no competition in the continental class.
The average download speed for this country is 5.97 Mb / s, and the average download speed is 1.32 Mb / s. The population is concentrated in larger cities, and operators still have to provide coverage on the roads between them. The population density is lower than in Europe, and the large areas to be covered do not make life easier for the local operator. They have been using LTE-Advanced for a year, offering speeds of up to 600 Mbit / s! The version offering 300 Mbps was known there less than 2 years ago. What happened is that the average data transfer rate in Australia is much lower than ours.
In countries such as North America, Korea and Japan, LTE has become the dominant technology.
However, there are places where 3G is still the basis of mobile services, and in less developed countries 2G is dominant. Therefore, it would be good to look at these results in comparison with other countries on a certain continent. Poland has a really good price compared to other countries. As for the speed of our Internet, we are ahead of our neighbors, such as Germany or Russia. Only Slovakia and Lithuania have better results.
Of course, it is worth downloading and testing our application for more accurate results. Remember that you create this rating and thanks to you we know what the reality of mobile internet looks like in the world.
Thanks to your measurements, we know which operator is wrong in advertising and who to trust, so it is good to take as many measurements as possible. You can download the program from the Google Play Store and AppStore.