Netflix just released its monthly update on Internet service provider speed data, ranking the top ISPs in terms of speed for its streaming service. This reflects the month of March.
Once again, Verizon held on to the top spot in the U.S. with an average speed of 3.5 Megabits per second. As the company points out, TekSavvy climbed up two spots in Canada to number 10 at 3.08 Mbps, up from 2.91 Mbps in February.
Here’s a look at the U.S. rankings:
And the Canada rankings:
“In Chile, GTD bypassed VTR for the second time this year, taking the top spot with an average speed of 3.27 Mbps ahead of VTR’s 3.19 Mbps,” says Anne Marie Squeo from the Netflix communications team. In Sweden, Ownit took the top spot for the first time since June 2014 with an average speed of 3.95 Mbps. ComHem, which had ranked No. 1 since then, fell to second place with an average speed of 3.93 Mbps compared with 3.98 Mbps in February. In Luxembourg, Visual Online jumped two to top that country’s ranking for the first time with an average speed of 4.16 Mbps. Numericable and Lux Online each fell one spot to second and third place respectively, posting average speeds of 4.08 Mbps.”
Netflix says it will include data for Australia and New Zealand starting next month. It just launched in that region last month.
You can get a look at all the regions Netflix tracks here.
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