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Vietnam's Internet quality improves

Speedtest has announced the quality of Vietnam's Internet in the fourth quarter of 2021, showing that service improved significantly compared to the previous period.

Speedtest: Chất lượng Internet Việt Nam đã được nâng lên

VinaPhone's fixed Internet network had the fastest speed of 75.49 Mbps, followed by Viettel 73.38 Mbps, and FPT 71.10 Mbps.

HCM City had the fastest average download speed over fixed broadband among Vietnam's most populous cities in the fourth quarter of 2021, with 75.10 Mbps.

Regarding the average latency for the leading fixed broadband service providers in Vietnam during this time, FPT Telecom and VinaPhone had the lowest latency of 4 ms.

The Speedtest statistics shows that Vietnam's Internet quality improved significantly compared to 2020 and is similar to the Internet quality results announced by the Ministry of Information and Communications.

According to the Ministry of Information and Communications, the average speed of fixed broadband Internet access subscribers in Vietnam increased significantly, from 27.1 Mbps in 2018 to 78.3 Mbps by the end of 2021. Similarly, the average speed of the mobile broadband Internet subscribers rose from 21.6 Mbps in 2018 to 43.3 Mbps in late 2021.

The Vietnam Internet Center (VNNIC) also confirmed that according to the testing results of the quality of Vietnam's Internet by the local i-Speed application, Vietnam's Internet speed also increased significantly in recent times.

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