Inea provides fastest fixed broadband speeds, Orange Poland best for mobile

Wednesday 15 January 2020 | 16:36 CET | News

Inea is the fastest fixed broadband provider in Poland, with average speeds of 133.68 Mbps down and 134.22 Mbps up. Toya came next with 117.17 Mbps down and 27.66 Mbps up, followed by UPC Poland with 113.43 Mbps down and 18.73 Mbps up, according to data from SpeedTest.pl for December, reported by Telepolis.pl. Vectra provided average download speeds at 87.73 Mbps and upload speeds at 16.56 Mbps. 

On mobile networks, Orange Poland led with an average 23.19 Mbps down over 3G/LTE and average upload speeds of 8.40 Mbps. Play followed with 22.77 Mbps down and 7.20 Mbps up. T-Mobile Poland provided on average 21.80 Mbps down and 7.84 Mbps up, followed by Plus with 19.74 Mbps down and 7.66 Mbps up. 

Over LTE alone, Orange Poland supplied an average of 25.66 Mbps down and 9.23 Mbps up. Play came next with 25.22 Mbps down and 7.93 up, followed by T-Mobile Poland with 24.70 Mbps down and 8.85 Mbps up, and Plus with 21.89 Mbps down and 8.46 Mbps up. 

About 2,64 million tests were carried out using the SpeedTest platform. Around 1.962 million of them were carried out using a web application, while over 679,675 were performed over mobile applications.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Inea / Orange Poland / T-Mobile Poland / Toya / UPC Poland / Vectra
Countries: Poland
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