This week Rotten Wi-Fi, a Public Wi-Fi and 3G/4G watchdog, has released their list of the countries with the best public Wi-Fi speed. This was determined by their users rating networks in over 172 countries. The most interesting part of the statistics was the satisfaction level is virtually the same across the board.
The majority of countries in the Top 20 are located in Europe, only couple in America and one in Asia. Leading position is taken by Lithuania with the avg. download speed of 15,4 Mbps and upload – 14,17 Mbps, not far behind Croatia with avg. download of 14,05 Mbps and upload speed of 11,21 Mbps, followed by Estonia with recorded avg. download speed of 13,75 Mbps and upload of 12,04 Mbps.
Regarding clients’ satisfaction rank, it is 4 or 5 points out of 10, based on NPS (Net Promoter Score) method. Although the fastest and slowest avg. download speeds differ almost 3 times, users’ evaluations vary only by one point, showing that public WiFi needs in every country are diverse.