Compared to the previous year, Serbia has advanced on the list of countries with the fastest 4G networks – the survey conducted by OpenSignal shows.
From the 14th position in 2017, Serbia has moved up to 12th this year. Singapore has the fastest 4G network with the average speed of 44.31 Mbps, while India has the slowest with the average internet speed of 6.07 Mbps.
Serbia has a LTE / 4G network of 32.22 Mbps. Bulgaria and Hungary have a faster internet access than Serbia, while Croatia is ranked one place below Serbia.
OpenSignal conducted the survey in more than 70 countries, on a sample of more than 550,000 users.
How fast a country’s 4G speed is can depend on many factors: how much spectrum is devoted to LTE, whether it has adopted new 4G technologies like LTE Advanced, how densely networks are built and how much congestion is on those networks. In general, though, the countries with the fastest speeds tend to be the ones that have built LTE-Advanced networks and have a large proportion of LTE-Advanced capable devices.
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