If you are complaining that your broadband network is slow, stop complaining as Singapore is already the fastest in the Southeast Asia (SEA) region.
According to Speedtest Intelligence by Ookla, Singapore has a huge performance gap over its SEA neighbours, with a median fixed broadband download speeds of over 150 Mbps throughout 2021.
Thailand is close behind to Singapore, but the gap is huge if you look at Malaysia (75.91 Mbps), Vietnam (67.91 Mbps), and the Philippines (47.50 Mbps) markets.
Brunei and Laos are top two of the bottom four in the region with speeds of close to 30 Mbps. Indonesia and Cambodia were the slowest with median download speeds of 20.08 Mbps and 18.89 Mbps respectively.
To learn more, you can head over to the Ookla Insights report here.