Bouygues Telecom is advancing, leading with SFR

SFR, Orange, Bouygues Telecom, free subscribers slow down
Speed ​​on Netflix

Like every month, Netflix publishes its ISP Speed ​​Index, which measures the average speed of its streams by country and ISP. After a small general decline observed in April, some operators picked up speed again in May.

Redesigned in early 2021, Netflix’s ISP report makes it possible to compare SVOD service performance with each operator in prime time. This is not a general performance metric that includes other services / data that may be circulating over a suspicious ISP network. SVOD Juggernaut updated their French rankings. The first lesson is that after a loss of 0.2 Mbits / s in April, operators have progressed or come to a standstill.

At 3.4 Mbits / s, SFR remains the leader in THD, but the operator in Red Square, which used to monopolize the highest position on the podium, must increase it by 0.2 Mbits / s during this period and share it with Bouygues Telecom. For several months, Free and Orange (ADSL and Fiber) outperformed Eternal SFR ADSL at 3.2 Mbits / s. The gaps between the four players are strong again.

The average speed in France is 2.2 m / s, as in South Africa, Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Greece, Guatemala, Indonesia, Kuwait, Mexico, Peru, Poland, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey and Uruguay. . Overall overall performance (3.6 Mbits / s) was recorded in Hong Kong and Singapore. Many countries, including Germany, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, South Korea, Denmark, Spain, the United States, Finland, Hungary, India, Ireland, and Switzerland enjoy speeds of up to 3.4 Mbits / s. And so on.

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