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Malaysia climbs Netflix Speed index; Indonesia falls

June 15, 2018

Netflix has released May data from its ISP Speed Index, a monthly update on which Internet Service Providers (ISPs) provide the best primetime Netflix streaming experience.

Indonesia’s Internux enjoyed the largest speed increase on the index this month. Internux’s speeds climbed by 0.68 Megabits per second (Mbps), bringing its average monthly speed to 1.77 Mbps, up from 1.09 Mbps in April. Despite these gains, declines at Indosat-Fibre and Infokom contributed to Indonesia falling four spots to 31st in country rankings. Indosat-Fibre’s speeds slowed to 3.89 Mbps, down from 4.16 Mbps in April, while Infokom’s speeds declined to 2.89 Mbps from 3.18 Mbps last month.

In Malaysia, Telekom Malaysia continued its speed improvements from April, reaching an average monthly speed of 3.52 Mbps (from 2.97 Mbps in April). The gain contributed to Malaysia jumping eleven spots to 21st in our country rankings.

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