The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has ranked first globally in Mobile Internet Speed for the month of June 2023 with a download speed of 200.24 Mbps and an upload speed of 22.72 Mbps, the Khaleej Times reported.
The Speedtest Global Index published by Ookla, a web service that provides analysis of Internet access performance metrics, states that the UAE topped the global rankings during the first half of 2023 (January, February, March, May, and June), while it ranked second in April.
As for Fixed Broadband Speed, the UAE ranked second globally and first regionally among Arab Countries in June with a download speed of 239.2 Mbps.
Singapore topped the list with a speed of 247.29 Mbps.
Global Index fixed broadband June highlights: Singapore maintains its 1st place spot for the 9th consecutive month. Israel makes it into 17th place and Qatar is 33rd, the highest ranking for both countries in the past year. Did your country make any moves? https://t.co/aNDy5uG3q3 pic.twitter.com/deKFQPisvo
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Quarterly reports issued by Ookla showed that Etisalat by e& recorded the fastest median download speeds across both mobile and fixed, at 216.65 Mbps and 261.98 Mbps, respectively, in Q2 2023. Etisalat by e& also had the fastest median 5G download speed at 680.88 Mbps and the lowest median mobile multi-server latency at 35 ms.