1. Hong Kong JPN
Speed: 54.1 Mbps
The hyper-dense Hong Kong continues to dominate the field of super-fast internet access. The average speed in Hong Kong is 54.1 megabits per second making it number one on the list.
Speed: 50 Mbps
The country's electronics industry may be losing its edge, but Japan's telecommunications technology is still on top of its agenda. Japanese connections reached 50 megabits per second on average.
3. South Korea
Speed: 48.8 Mbps
The average peak connection in South Korea is 48.8 megabits per second and broadband is also relatively cheap in the country. People in Seoul are charged USD 32 per month for 100 megabit-per-second lines.
Speed: 47.9 Mbps
With an average peak speed of 47.9 megabits per second, Romania remains at fourth spot in the list. The speed is 160 percent faster than the global average.
Speed: 44.2 Mbps
It seems that smaller countries enjoy high-speed internet in comparison to bigger nations. Latvia consistently ranks high on this list and have an average peak broadband speed at 44.2 Mbps. The speed is about 140 percent faster than the global average.
Speed: 41.1 Mbps
With an average of 41.1 megabits per second, Singapore remains at number seven in the list.
Speed: 40.3 Mbps
Switzerland is a major hub for the finance industry which is supported by the high-speed internet connectivity. The nation has an average speed of 40.3 megabits per second.
Speed: 38.2 Mbps
The Netherlands managed to land in eighth place with an average peak broadband speed of 38.2 Mbps.
Speed: 38 Mbps
Belgium Internet connections peaked at an average of 38 megabits per second placing it at ninth spot in the list.
Speed: 36.6 Mbps
The United States of America have an average speed of 36.6 Mbps which places it at tenth spot on the list.
1. Hong Kong