Hong kong has the worlds fastest internet speed. It has blazing fast internet, an average peak speed of 63.6 Mbps megabits per seconds. At this speed you can download HD movie in about 2 minutes.
2 . Japan (Speed: 50 Mbps)
The home of Nintendo and Sony had the second fastest internet speed, thanks to the high-speed fibre optics that run through many parts of the island nation. Japan’s average peak broadband speed reached an impressive 50 Mbps, which was more than 170% faster than the global average
3. Romania (Speed: 47.9 Mbps )
When last checked in on Romania, it was ranked No. 5 and was the only country to see its average fall from the previous quarter. The country is now back on track, and has elevated itself with an average peak speed of 47.9 Mbps. That’s 160% faster than the global average. Romania’s average was 9% higher than the previous quarter
4. South Korea (Speed: 44.8)
Serious PC gamers who want to dominate in StarCraftneed fast, low latency internet connections. They’ll find that in South Korea, home to consumerelectronics giants Samsung and LG. The country’s average peak hit 44.8 Mbps, about 143% faster than the global average.
5. Latvia (Speed: 44.2 Mbps)
Smaller countries are easier to blanket with high-speed internet, which is one of the reasons why Latvia consistently ranks high on this list. The average peak broadband speed was 44.2 Mbps, about 140% faster than the global average.