Before the net speed countdown network fee, telecom Unicom mobile long snack?

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As a human being who has grown up in the Internet generation, in addition to daily eating and drinking to maintain life, the most inseparable is probably the Internet. Imagine that if the world is broken at the same time, the degree of uproar caused by it is probably no less than the occurrence of an earthquake. Without the network, picking up the mobile phone can only take a look at the time.

 

It is precisely because the network is so important to modern people’s lives that the development of the network speed will be so rapid. When I think about buying the first computer in a few years, I have to dial the Internet and load a few k pictures for half an hour. Now I have to scold the network operator for not doing it half a second later.

 

Mlab, a network speed measurement website, released a global network speed map. In recent years, the global network speed has grown faster. In the past year alone, the global broadband network has risen by 30%. The average network speed in China is only 2.38Mbps worldwide, but it has made great progress compared to 1.55Mbps last year.

The darker the color, the faster

It can be seen from the figure that the general network speed in Asia is relatively slow. Although China has a vast territory and the average network speed is not enough to play, our compatriots Hong Kong and Baodao Taiwan have performed very well, ranking the world with 26.45Mbps and 28.09Mbps respectively. 19th and 14th.

Asia’s top countries are South Korea, Japan and Singapore, ranking 30th and 12th respectively, and Singapore has won the championship at an alarming rate of 60.39 Mbps.

The first four are: Singapore, Sweden, Denmark, Norway

 The Mlab website pointed out in the research report that Europe is the fastest on average, and 30 of the 53 countries have entered the top 50 in the world, with an average network speed of 46.00 Mbps. North America has suffered a huge loss in the region and has not been able to achieve The top few average network speeds, of which the United States is the fastest in North America, with a network speed of 25.86 Mbps.

Of course, after reading these data above, it will inevitably be suspicious. Is China’s network speed really so slow? Say good “to increase the speed of the network to reduce fees, for the digital China construction to help”?

 

So after many inspections, it was found that not only the Cable family was doing the statistical network speed, but Speedtest, as one of the largest speed measurement websites, also gave this year’s global broadband network speed ranking.

It can be seen from the table that Singapore is still firmly occupying the first throne, but the subsequent ranking is very different from Mlab. Hong Kong and South Korea surpass several Nordic countries in the top four.

 

In mainland China, it ranks 18th in the world with 78.24Mbps, far exceeding the global average of 45.26Mbps given by Speedtest. However, according to the values, it can be seen that China’s network speed increase is still relatively fast. In June 2017, it was only ranked 21st with 56.79 Mbps.

 Both Mlab and Speedtest are two of the more prestigious speed measurement sites in the world. However, due to the differences in their respective speed measurement nodes and test methods, the ranking results are somewhat different. As the so-called practice is true, the geek jun is in the two sites. The network speed test was conducted on the site.

Above: Speedtest Below: Mlab is measured multiple times to take the maximum value

However, it is worth noting that Speedtest can measure speed directly from the mainland, while Mlab needs scientific Internet access. I wonder if this affects the difference between the two networks in mainland China.

 

Note: The Mbps and Mb/s used above are all bandwidth units, Mbps (Million bits per second) = Mb/s = 8MB/s, general telecom operators will use Mbps as the unit of measurement, Xunlei and other download software will use KB/s, MB/s as the unit of measurement, can be understood as 100Mbps (Mb/s) The theoretical download speed of the network is 12.5 MB/s.

The net speed is the virtual net fee is real

In the government work report, not only did it mention that it was necessary to speed up, but it also took a lot of time to reduce the speed. Indeed, if the Internet is faster and the cost is too high for ordinary people to afford, it may eventually have to switch to a low-speed but cheap network package. So, is there such a good thing as high-speed and low-cost?

 

First of all, you can see how the Singapore network fee that won Speedtest and Mlab’s first place at the same time can be seen on the website of Starhub, one of Singapore’s largest network operators, with 1Gbps (1000Mbps) The fiber network cost is 39.90 Singapore dollars (RMB: 195.09 yuan) The 100Mbps package is only 19.9 Singapore dollars (RMB: 97.56 yuan) .

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Japan is a bit more expensive, but because of the local habit of connecting mobile phones to home fixed broadband, operators generally introduce joint packages.

 

For example, the operator “AU Light” has contracted fee reduction activities. It is the most expensive in the first year and then drops by 100 yen per month every year. In the first year, the mobile phone plus fixed broadband fee is 5,500 yen. (RMB: 326.37) Every month, the mobile phone does not limit the flow rate but exceeds 7G, which will limit the speed and fix the width of the fiber.

China’s Hong Kong 1000Mpbs + Internet TV is HK $246 per month, equivalent to around RMB 209. The same package of 200Mpbs is only 198 Hong Kong dollars (RMB: 168.2), and free for the first 6 months.

Here $is Hong Kong dollar symbol

Taiwan operators are in a pit, not only to pay for the Internet but also to pay for the circuit (Geek Jun also does not understand what Taiwan’s special circuit fees are) At the same rate, the total amount of NT $2,399 per month was converted into RMB, reaching an astonishing 523 yuan. It seems that the Taiwanese people do live in a hot water…

In the United States, ATampT is used as an example. There are three types of packages: separate network, network plus television service, network plus television service, and smartphone traffic. The charges are 267, 435, and 568.92 yuan per month, which is still relatively expensive.

 

Of course, ATampT; there are 12 months of monthly return of 10 US dollars and some other online subsidies, coupled with the recent acquisition of Warner, TV service can provide a lot of film and television.

Here $is the dollar symbol

Geek Jun has something to say

Taken together, Singapore can be regarded as one of the most friendly countries for netizens. The speed of the Internet is not to say that the key is that the network fee is also very low. If you look at the local income conditions, you can use it as an advertising campaign for immigrants. The cost performance of the Hong Kong network in China is equally high and enviable.

 

However, the network fees of other high-speed network countries and regions are generally higher than those of the mainland, but the income levels in different regions are not generalizable.

 

However, for mainland Internet users, the best condition is probably that the network speed is inversely proportional to the network fee.

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