How’s the broadband in your part of the world? A new report from the International Telecommunication Union reveals which countries lead the way in terms of internet speeds and which ones are stuck in the slow lane.
South Korea sits in the top spot, taking over from Denmark which goes back to second place. The leaders are followed in the top five by Iceland, the United Kingdom and Sweden – the UK has climbed from tenth to fourth in the last five years.
Australia sits down in 13th, two spots ahead of the United States in 15th, with Germany sandwiched between them. Right at the bottom of the list is Chad, below Malawi, Madagascar, Ethiopia and Eritrea.