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Telenor Norway tops Ookla Speedtest for whole of 2018, T-Mobile Netherlands second, Telus third

Thursday 17 January 2019 | 12:06 CET | News
Telenor Norway said that new figures from Ookla Speedtest indicate that it had the world's fastest mobile network on average throughout the whole of 2018. Its average download speed was 71.97 Mbps, based on 243,993 readings taken by customers. In second place was T-Mobile Netherlands at 70.87 Mbps based on 297,148 readings and in third place was Telus of Canada at 68.90 Mbps based on 275, 069 readings.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Bell Mobility / Etisalat / Nova / SingTel / StarHub / Telenor Norway / Telus / T-Mobile Netherlands
Countries: Netherlands / Norway / World
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