Lithuania offers best public WiFi in the world

Dec 18, 2014
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fastest-public-wifiRotten WiFi – a public WiFi and 3G/4G watchdog has measured and evaluated the quality of public hotspots in 172 countries worldwide, testing hundreds of networks. The collected data revealed Top 20 countries with best public WiFi. Lithuania tops the list with download speed at 15,40 Mbps.

Surprisingly enough, countries like South Korea, China, and Japan haven’t made the list, even though other studies have rated those countries as having super-fast internet speeds.

Regarding clients’ satisfaction rank, it is 4 or 5 points out of 10, based on NPS (Net Promoter Score) method. Although the fastest and slowest avg. download speeds differ almost 3 times, users’ evaluations vary only by one point, showing that public WiFi needs in every country are diverse.

Here’s a look at Rotten Wi-Fi’s findings.

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