Lithuania has emerged as the country providing the best public WiFi services in 2015, beating out wealthier nations such as Singapore and the United Kingdom, according to the results of a new survey based on users’ experiences…
The speed and quality of public hotspots have been tested in 184 countries, with Croatia ranking in a high 17th spot.
Estonia were ranked in second place for best public WiFi, with an average download speed of 14.8 Mbps, followed by Southeast Asian powerhouse Singapore in third, at 13.1 Mbps on average. Croatia’s average download speed was 9.3 Mbps. Top ranking Lithuania had an average download speed of 16.1 Mbps.
Rotten WiFi, which has declared 2nd December International Public WiFi Day, collates information on countries’ WiFi networks based on the real-life experiences of people travelling through them.
Check out the infographic below: