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Magyar Telekom ranks first in Netflix ISP speed index in Hungary

Wednesday 16 October 2019 | 12:28 CET | News
Magyar Telekom has placed first in the September edition of the Netflix ISP Speed Index in Hungary, which measures prime time Netflix performance on particular ISPs. The operator had an average speed of 4.10 Mbps (compared to 4.04 Mbps in August). The previous month's leader, Digi, slipped into second place with 4.07 Mbps (4.06 Mbps), followed by UPC with 4.01 Mbps (4.03 Mbps) and Invitel with 3.36 Mbps (3.18 Mbps).

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Digi / Invitel / Magyar Telekom / Netflix / UPC
Countries: Hungary
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