Bangladesh goes down to 108th in broadband speed: Ookla

  • November 22, 2023

Bangladesh has gone through a decrease in ranking in terms of fixed broadband output on the global stage, having the 108th position out of 182 countries, according to the Ookla’s Speedtest Global Index for the month of October. In the July report, Bangladesh came 106th out of 182 countries in regards to this.

In contrast, the median download speed for fixed broadband in October was documented as 38.65Mbps, reflecting a growth from the previous month’s median download speed of 37.92Mbps. In the fixed broadband sector, Singapore exhibited the highest median download speed of 264.15Mbps. Regarding the speed of broadband internet, Nepal is rated 87th and India is ranked 89th among South Asian nations.

Afghanistan occupied the 181st position, while Sri Lanka was positioned 139th, Pakistan 149th, and the Maldives 151st.

In terms of mobile internet performance, Bangladesh has exhibited progress, as evidenced by its current ranking of 111th out of 142 countries in the October edition of Ookla’s Speedtest Global Index.

According to the July edition of Ookla’s Speedtest Global Index, the nation was positioned 120th out of 143 countries. The most recent report indicates that the median download speed in Bangladesh has increased from 17.18Mbps in July to 20.66Mbps at present. The United Arab Emirates secured the highest position in the ranking, boasting a median download speed of 269.41Mbps.