According to the report, Telefonica-Movistar was the lowest-ranked internet service provider in Spain by speed, while Telecable retained its place at the top of the rankings with speeds of 3.76Mbps.
Vodafone was the second-fastest ISP in Spain with speeds of 3.73Mbps, followed by Orange which climbed two places in the rankings to 3.70Mbps. Ono came fourth and Euskaltel fell two places in the rankings to fifth.
Overall, in April, Switzerland offered the highest average ISP speed at 4.28Mbps. Quickline was the fastest provider in Switzerland with speeds of 4.37 Mbps, overtaking ImproWare, which came second with speeds of 4.35 Mbps.
The other top ranking countries by average web speeds were Belgium at 4.1Mbps, the Netherlands at 4.07Mbps, Luxembourg at 3.99Mbps and Austria at 3.92Mbps. The top-ranked ISPs in these countries were Proximus, ZIggo, Tango and Liwest respectively.
The Netflix ISP Speed Index is a measure of primetime Netflix performance on a particular ISP and not a measure of overall performance for other services and data that may travel across the specific ISP network.
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