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Airtel ranks as fastest ISP in Nigeria’s Q2 ISPs’ internet experience report – Ookla

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Airtel ranks as fastest ISP in Nigeria’s Q2 ISPs’ internet experience report – Ookla

According to Ookla’s 2021 Q2 internet connectivity data analysis and insight report, mobile internet provider Airtel Nigeria had the fastest Speed Score in Nigeria at 28.82 during Q2 2021.

MTN edged out Airtel for best Consistency Score on mobile during Q2 2021, 83.4% to Airtel’s 82.5%.

Port Harcourt continued to have the best mobile mean download speeds of any Nigerian city at 26.34 Mbps.

Fixed broadband provider ipNX continued to have the best Speed Score (19.25) and Consistency Score (39.6%) in Nigeria during Q2 2021.

 

Fastest Providers

Speedtest Intelligence reveals ipNX was the fastest fixed broadband provider among top providers in Nigeria in Q2 2021 with a Speed Score of 19.25.

Latency

Calculating mean latency for top fixed broadband providers in Nigeria during Q2 2021, KKONTech had the lowest latency at 16 ms.

Consistency Score

In measuring the consistency of each fixed broadband provider’s performance, we found that ipNX had the highest Consistency Score in Nigeria during Q2 2021, with 39.6% of results showing at least a 25 Mbps minimum download speed and 3 Mbps minimum upload speed.

City Speeds

Ibadan showed the fastest mean download speed over fixed broadband among Nigeria’s most populous cities during Q2 2021 at 22.77 Mbps.

Rank
City
Mean
Download

Mbps

Mean
Upload

Mbps

Mean
Latency

ms

1Ibadan22.7724.8856
2Benin City18.4616.2796
3Lagos15.5914.1445
4Port Harcourt13.6414.6590
5Kano7.627.0367

 

About Ookla

Ookla is a data analysis and insight organization that provides data and analyses that are meaningful, accurate, and statistically sound for consumers and businesses for 15 years.

 Results are based on data from Speedtest.

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