The reason for the internet Vietnam slow in May and April 2020 was many users during social gaps or quarantine. As a consequence of Covid 19, the demand for remote work increased, which raised the number of people using the network to a higher level.
Why is Vietnam WiFi so slow?
Internet users in Vietnam will experience slow speeds through Tet holiday. Repairs on Vietnam’s two undersea cables to take another month, so the internet users will experience slow speeds through the Lunar New Year holiday (Tet holiday) with repairs yet to be completed on two undersea cables.
Is the Internet in Vietnam good?
The Speedtest Global Index of U.S.-based network testing company Ookla measured Vietnam’s fixed broadband download speed in March at 43.28 Mbps, lower than the global average of 74.64 Mbps, while its mobile speed of 33.97 Mbps was above the global 30.47 Mbps.
What is internet like in Vietnam?
As reported, Vietnam, ranked 58th in the world, had an average internet speed of 9.5 Mbps which replaced the sluggish speed in the previous period. In such big centers as Hanoi, Da Nang, and Ho Chi Minh City, Internet access is provided with high speed.
How fast is WiFi in Vietnam?
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How much does internet cost in Vietnam?
Average users in Vietnam spend US$11.27 (equivalent to VND260,000) for a month on Internet connection. The average monthly cost of broadband Internet in Vietnam was US$12.4, much cheaper than in Thailand (US$25.9), Indonesia (US$32.5), Malaysia (US$34.9), and the Philippines (US$51.1).
What is the Internet speed in Philippines?
In December 2020, an average download speed of a fixed internet connection in the Philippines was 31.44 Mbps. On the other hand, the average mobile internet connection speed was 22.5 Mbps in the country.
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Is Internet in Vietnam fast?
Vietnam’s average broadband speed has been ranked 74 out of 189 countries and territories in a recent global broadband speed survey compiled by Cable.co.uk. The results are based on an analysis of over 63 million broadband speed tests conducted worldwide.