RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil ranked 49th in the world for fixed broadband speed and 74th for mobile Internet speed in April, according to a report by Ookla, the company responsible for popular mobile Internet Speedtest. However, the result is better than in April last year, when the country ranked 56th in fixed internet.
The report analyzes fixed and mobile internet performance at the state level, provider report cards, the fastest providers, as well as data from the most populated cities in Brazil.
With respect to Latin America, Brazil has the second highest fixed broadband speed, second only to Chile . . .