Bakcell tops Ookla speed test in Azerbaijan for H1

Friday 15 November 2019 | 14:33 CET | News
The average broadband download speed achieved on the network of Azerbaijan mobile operator Bakcell was 37.99 Mbps, according to tests carried out by Ookla in the first half of this year. The average upload speed was 16.79 Mbps. The operator received the Ookla Speedtest Award for having the fastest service in the country. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Bakcell
Countries: Azerbaijan
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