U.S. Internet Speeds Just Keep Getting Better | NCTA — The Internet & Television Association

According to Ookla, the leaders in internet speed testing, from June 2017 to June 2018 the average download speed in the U.S. went from 69.47 Mbps to an astonishing 93.98 Mbps. This upswing is also related to Ookla data reporting how U.S. speeds are far ahead of the global average download speed of 46 Mbps. Over the past two decades, more than $275 billion has been invested in capital infrastructure by cable ISPs. Benefits of that investment can be seen by looking at how much average US download speeds have increased in one single year.

Source: U.S. Internet Speeds Just Keep Getting Better | NCTA — The Internet & Television Association

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