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August 25, 2014
Chris Crum Netflix Unveils Last ISP Speed Benchmark Results
By Chris Crum
Netflix just released its new ISP Speed Index data for the month of July. Last month, they added some icons to the U.S. graph to “increase transparency” about the type of technology used by an ISP. This month, they’ve added them to 12 other countries, including Canada and Mexico.

Things aren’t looking great in terms of ISP speeds here in the U.S., as usual. The country ranked 13th out of the 20 countries Netflix assesses, with average speed of 2.23 Mbps. That’s compared to 3.61 Mbps for the Netherlands, which comes in first place. Norway, Denmark, and Sweden all had average speeds over 2 Mbps. Costa Rica, on the other hand, came in last with [...]

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