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Operators with the fastest connections to Netflix


Just like every month, Netflix releases an update where ISPs provide the best possible streaming experience. streaming platforms during prime time.

For context, the Netflix ISP Speed ​​Index is platform performance indicator when more people are enjoying their TV shows and movies on certain Internet Service Providers (ISPs) around the world. The higher it is, the better the image quality, faster startup and fewer interruptions.

Please note that this is not a measure of the overall performance of other services or data that may be passing through a particular ISP’s network, but only on the streaming platform.

Currently twenty countries at the highest performance level in September with an average speed of 3.6 Mbps: Australia, Belgium, Canada, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Israel, Luxembourg, Norway, Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, UK and USA.


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Operators with the highest and lowest connection speeds for Netflix

Looking at data received in September regarding connection speed, was a clear beneficiary: Japan, which improved their speed more than any other ISP. Specifically, we are talking about the SoftBank-DSL provider, which experienced an increase of 0.4 Mbps, reaching 3.2 Mbps (previously it had 2.8 Mbps).

In the case of Spain, since we can also know country by country which operators have a higher or lower connection speed on the platformIt should be noted that DIGI, Euskaltel, Jazztel Fibra, MASMOVIL Fibra, Orange Fibra, R, Telefonica – Movistar Fibra, Vodafone DSL and Vodafone Fibra are at their peak performance (3.6 Mbps).

On the opposite side, as you can see in the image below, MASMOVIL DSL, Telecable, Telefonica – Movistar DSL/Wireless, Jazztel DSL and Orange DSL are in that order Connection the slowest, ranging from 3.4 Mbps to 2.6 Mbps.

On the other hand, bad news for some countries that have seen connection speeds drop, with a drop of 0.2 Mbps, according to data pulled from the platform itself.

  • SINetwork at 2.2 Mbps (Honduras)
  • MTNL at 2.6 Mbps (India)
  • Viettel 3.2 Mbps (Vietnam)
  • DIRECTV 2 Mbps (Colombia)
  • Optix 2.6 Mbps (Pakistan)
  • Pakistan Telecom 2.4 Mbps (Pakistan)
  • Qualitynet at 2.8 Mbps (Kuwait)
  • TELE2 DSL 2.8 Mbps (Sweden)


Finally, in a press release with published data, they added the ability evaluate the connection of a specific provider on your device. In particular, the platform for films and series created an independent tool so you can test it which, as you can see, despite having Jazztel Fibra (3.6 Mbps), measures 2.9 Mbps.

Source: Computer Hoy

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