How much has SEA’s internet speed improved in the last five years?

In the last five years, as based on the data gathered by Ookla, there has been an observed significant increase in the average speed for SEA countries. Check out the figures below (2014 vs 2018).

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  • Philippines - 2014: 3.5 Mbps 2018: 17.62 Mbps - 403%
  • Malaysia - 2014: 5.48 Mbps 2018: 26.9 Mbps - 391%
  • China - 2014: 19.5 Mbps 2018: 75.43 Mbps - 287%
  • Indonesia - 2014: 4.3 Mbps 2018: 15.31 Mbps - 256%
  • Brunei - 2014: 5.51 Mbps 2018: 15.31 Mbps - 178%
  • Singapore - 2014: 66.6 Mbps 2018: 174.94 Mbps - 163%
  • Laos - 2014: 4.5 Mbps 2018: 11.71 Mbps - 160%
  • Thailand - 2014: 18.9 Mbps 2018: 44.8 Mbps - 137%
  • Cambodia - 2014: 5.9 Mbps 2018: 13.23 Mbps - 124%
  • Japan - 2014: 41.5 Mbps 2018: 76.31 Mbps - 84%
  • Hong Kong - 2014: 78.3 Mbps 2018: 141.05 Mbps - 80%
  • Vietnam - 2014: 14.2 Mbps 2018: 24.8 Mbps - 75%
  • Myanmar - 2014: 5 Mbps 2018: 8.35 Mbps - 67%
  • Taiwan - 2014: 39.3 Mbps 2018: 54.06 Mbps - 38%

Gaining 4-folds of improvement in terms of internet speed is the Philippines with 403%. However, the country with the fastest average speed is Singapore at 175 Mbps, followed by Hong Kong with 141 Mbps.

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