Montenegro has slowest broadband in Former Yugoslavia

Friday 11 August 2017 | 09:38 CET | News
US research company M-lab has published the results of a survey that reveal that Montenegro has the slowest internet of any country that used to be part of Yugoslavia, reports Radio Free Europe. Of the former Yugoslavia countries, Slovenia is 25th in the world for internet speed with an average of 18.37 Mbps, followed by Croatia in 40th place with 12.57 Mbps, Serbia in 41st place at 12.25 Mbps, Macedonia in 59th place at 7.34 Mbps, Bosnia and Herzegovina in 61st place at 7 Mbps, and Montenegro in 71st place with 5.85 Mbps.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Crnogorski Telekom / Mtel / Telenor
Countries: Montenegro
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