There are a few revolutions in the history of the world that have elevated humans as a species a step higher towards a significantly improved the socio-economic and political standing. And digital technology revolution is right up there alongside the invention of fire, agriculture, the wheel, internal combustion engines, and the industrial revolution.
As a continent, Africa is as much a participant in the digital technology revolution, with businesses, education, and communication increasingly taking place via infrastructures born out of this revolution. There are numerous tech hubs, software and hardware engineers sprouting up across the continent. Just as much as there are various institutions across both public and private sectors that are increasingly leveraging on digital technology to scale their operations.
So today, in this article I endeavoured to list down the list of African countries with the fastest to the slowest internet connections. Looking at both mobile and fixed-broadband connections separately.
African countries with the Fastest to Slowest Mobile Internet Connections
|Country||Speed (Mbps)||Country||Speed (Mbps)|
|1. Mali||33.21||15. Zambia||14.01|
|2. South Africa||30.34||16. Namibia||13.43|
|3. Morocco||26.74||17. Ghana||13.38|
|4. Tunisia||23.98||18. Uganda||13.19|
|5. Mauritius||21.52||19. Cameroon||12.75|
|6. Senegal||21||20. Equatorial Guinea||11.88|
|7. Angola||20.8||21. Tanzania||11.72|
|8. Cote d’Ivoire||20.28||22. Sudan||10.77|
|9. Egypt||17.37||23. Libya||10.41|
|10. Mozambique||17.16||24. …read more