Internet is today one of the most important parts of our daily life. There are a large number of things that can be easily achieved with this Internet.
It is progressive in every sphere of life as it not only makes our tasks easier but also saves a lot of time.
But, the Internet in this world mainly depends on speed. Without a sufficient amount of speed, no one can able to use it.
Each and every city has a different speed according to the users and Internet Service Providers (ISP).
Here is the list of cities with the highest average internet speed across the World as well as in India and Tamil Nadu are published.
The list is based on the average download speed in each city and also the data collected from Ookla, Bandwidth Place, and Nomad List.
The numbers tend to grow as technology is growing day by day.
Top 5 Countries with the Fast Internet Speed in the World
1. Monaco, Europe
Monaco is a city in western Europe that got the top position with a speed up to 261.82 MBps (Mega Bytes per second).
By the World Economic Forum, Singapore is also known as the most ‘tech-ready nation’ comes in at a close third, with 255.83 MBps being the average download speed.
3. Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong in China grabs the second position, with the country’s financial capital showing an average of 254.70 MBps across their services.
4. Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo, the capital of Japan as well as the most crowded metropolitan area, comes in fourth with an average 19.6 MBps speed.
The island nation of Taiwan, often in dispute with the government of the People’s Republic of China over its status, is placed at the fifth position with a 15.6 MBps download speed average.
As per the report, India does fairly well for itself. We took an average out at about 13.271 MBps in download speeds across the nation, but which cities rate the best?
Monaco is a country in Western Europe has the fastest internet speed of about 261.82 MBps. It is the fastest ever speed recorded in the world.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has the internet speed of about 91 Gbps (Giga Bits per Second). This last test was taken on 2013.
Top 5 Cities with the Fast Internet Speed in the India
Hyderabad is the first-ever Indian city to get 1 Gbps internet connectivity. With the help of ACT Fibernet, for the first time, a research team run the survey throughout India. But, it fails to give high Internet Speed.
1. Chennai, Tamil Nadu
Chennai, the capital of Tamilnadu and ‘Detroit of India and Asia’ leads the pack in India, with an average download speed of 41.064 Mbps across the city.
2. Hyderabad, Telangana
Telangana’s capital comes in at a far second place, with 23.556 Mbps speeds on offer.
ACT Fibernet launched the 1 Gbps wired broadband internet service with a Fair Usage Policy (FUP) limit of 1 TB (TeraByte) in Hyderabad.
The speed is considered to be 400 times faster than the average internet speed in India.
3. New Delhi
New Delhi, the capital of India, comes in third place for offering an average download speed of 21.996 Mbps.
4. Bengaluru, Karnataka
Bengaluru, known as the ‘Technology Capital of India’, is positioned at the fourth spot for providing an average download speed of 21.951 Mbps internet.
5. Mumbai, Maharashtra
Mumbai, the City of Dreams also known as the Manchester of India and the Financial Capital of India has an average broadband speed of 10.273 Mbps.
Top 5 Cities with the Fast Internet Speed in the Tamil Nadu
Chennai city is not added to this list since it was already added to the above India list.
The Tiruchirappalli city provided an average download speed of 20.56 Mbps for the last month.
The Madurai city also named ‘Toonga Nagaram’ and ‘Temple City’ provided an average download speed of 9.26 Mbps for the last month.
The Coimbatore city also called the ‘Manchester of Tamil Nadu’ provided an average download speed of 7.57 Mbps for the last month.
Vellore city provided an average download speed of 6.68 Mbps for the last month.
Erode city provided an average download speed of 5.99 Mbps for the last month.
The above speed data are last updated at the time of updating the blog. The numbers are not required to be the same now. The speed will increase or decrease anytime as how the technology responds to them.
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