Australia ranks last for broadband satisfaction in new global survey
The bad news for the Aussie ‘net keeps rolling in as an annual Global Advisor survey conducted by Ipsos has found that Australians are more unsatisfied with their broadband than any of the other 27 countries that participated in the survey.
With only 32% of those surveyed rating our country’s broadband as either fairly good or very good, we’ve fallen behind Italy and Brazil in broadband satisfaction, and are approaching the halfway mark of the global average of 56%.
At the beginning of 2017, the State of the Internet report ranked us at number 50 globally, and the World Economic Forum corroborated these findings in July, showing that our N…
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