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Mobile data speed in PH now at 13.9Mbps average — report

Akamai’s quarterly report is already out and it’s got some pretty interesting numbers about the state of mobile internet in the country.


The Akamai State of the Internet for Q3 2016 shows a light of hope for the Philippine mobile internet scene. While it may seem too good to be true, the average connection speed (IPv4) for mobile connections in the country is now 13.9Mbps. That’s a significant improvement from 8.5Mbps of last quarter and the fastest among its Asia-Pacific neighbors.



Although, as indicated in the report, this was achieved with less than 25,000 unique IPv4 addresses classified as mobile. The improved numbers in mobile internet speed come after the roll out of new LTE frequencies and expansion of coverage.

To read the full report, you may head to the source link below.


This article was contributed by Daniel Morial, a film school graduate and technology enthusiast. He's the geeky encyclopedia and salesman among his friends for anything tech.

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7 Responses

  1. Miss Call says:

    Thanks, Du30! Wala pang 6 months ang dami ng nagawa!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Panong di bibilis yan eh nilagyan ng capping ang Broadband at Mobile pati nga DSL sa Globe may capping na din. Bumaba talaga ang Bandwith consumption dahil dyan, ang tanong masaya ba ang mga customer overall sa nangyari na yan?

    • Insignificant Wimp says:

      TRUE! ung ULTERA ng PLDT, UPGRADE daw? from 30GB datacap to 70GB, tapos after nun wala ka nang internet
      , dati ung 30GB after nun babagal lang, ngayon after ng 70GB mo wala ka nang access sa surfing

  3. anomynous says:


  4. K L says:

    mabilis nga pero may capping 800MB lang haha

  5. just sayin' says:

    para daw mabilis ma-reach ang cap and mas mahal ang bayad sa excess

  6. dicktirtaor says:

    pota wala kwenta yan may cap padin hindi padin mabilis yan mga gahaman na telcos

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