Canadians enjoy the fastest mobile download speeds in North America, beating out the U.S. and Mexico, and parts of the Caribbean, according to Speedtestâ€™s July 2017 results for it global speed index.
While that might seem impressive, at 35.19 Mbps, Canada ranks 13th — right below Denmark and right above New Zealand.
Norway ranks first in terms of global mobile data speeds, clocking in at 52.59 Mbps. Iraq ranks last — at 122nd — with average speeds of 3.03 Mbps.
In terms of fixed broadband speeds, Canada doesnâ€™t rank as well.
Canada is at a solid 18th place, with broadband speeds of 57.86 Mbps.
Interestingly enough, global mobile data speed leader Norway ranks below Canada — at 19th place and 57.78 Mbps — in terms of broadband speed.
Singapore — with broadband speeds averaging 154.38 Mbps — is the global leader, beating out South Koreaâ€™s 125.69 Mbps.
The country with the slowest broadband internet in the world is Venezuela, with speeds of 3.20 Mbps.
Source: Speedtest Global Index