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Kenya recorded far better connectivity speeds than Australia - the east African country listed at the 23rd fastest in the world with an impressive average of 15mbps.
The Philippines had the worst internet speed of the countries surveyed.
'Quarterly changes were positive across the board except for Australia, which posted a 1.9 per cent decline in adoption,' the report notes. The name "Guyana" is derived from Guiana, the original name for the region that formerly included Guyana (British Guiana), Suriname (Dutch Guiana), French Guiana, and parts of Colombia, Venezuela and Brazil.According to the Oxford English Dictionary, Guyana is derived from an Indigenous Amerindian language and means "land of many waters".South Korea topped the list with the fastest connectivity at 26.1mbps. Australia's average speed was recorded at 10.01 mbps, seven megabits behind the USA which was ranked at 13th with 17.2mbps , Akamai's State of the Internet report found. NBN Australia told Daily Mail Australia the report is an example of how fast broadband desperately needs to be rolled out across the country. New Zealand: 12.9Mbps 37: Portugal: 12.6Mbps 39: Poland: 12.4Mbps 41: Qatar: 11.9Mbps 42: Russia: 11.6Mbps 43: Estonia: 11.4Mbps 45: Luxembourg: 11.1Mbps 48: United Arab Emirates: 10.7Mbps 51: Australia: 10.0Mbps But its slow adoption and those who have NBN have reported failing connections and slow data.Vietnam and India were the only two countries to enjoy double-digit growth. But mobile connectivity in Australia is topping the Asia Pacific region at 13.8mbps, which is higher than the global average of 7mbps. With almost two million homes and businesses now accessing fast broadband over the NBN network, and multiple thousands more connecting every day, we expect average speeds delivered to improve.' By 2020 a global roll-out of a 5G connection is expected to drastically improve internet connectivity everywhere. Israel: 14.4Mbps 28: Hungary: 14.3Mbps 29: Slovenia: 14.0Mbps 30: Austria: 13.9Mbps 31. It said: 'NBN reiterates the importance of understanding what the report is detailing, which is average speeds delivered at a point in time across 10 million services most of which are old ADSL services, not the actual speeds the NBN network can deliver.