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Norway is counted in a list beautiful countries of the world having an estimated population of 4,690,000 .There are many ISPs (Internet service providers) in Norway but some of the major ones that lead the industry are Telenor, Nextgentel, tele2, Nordcall Broadband, Mimer Broadband, Eidsiva Broadband and Ventelo and along with them there are many more which provide their services but have not captured a huge market. On averagely basis there are approximately 4.5 million people which uses Internet through multiple ways and per user the average connection speed is 4.6 Mbps.
When it comes to Slovakia the very first thing which strikes the minds of people are the beautiful mountains and overall natural beauty. Slovakia holds the 9th position in the list of maximum Internet connection speed countries. Some of the major ISPs of Slovakia are SWAN, ISK, NETLAB, PSGnet, Telenor, Alconet, SANET and many more. There are round about 4.1 million Internet users in Slovakia which connects to Internet through multiple sources and per user the average connection speed is 4.7 Mbps.
Belgium is one of those countries who are quite rich in terms of luxurious lifestyle and standard living trends and of course how we can forget the waffles of Belgium. When it comes to average Internet connection speed Belgium holds the 8th position in our list. Some of the most major ISPs of Belgium are EDPnet, Belgacom, Scarlet, Dommel, Billi, Mobistar and lot more. On approximate basis there are round about 8.2 million people who connect to Internet daily in Belgium and an average connection speed per user makes it up to 4.8 Mbps.
Netherlands is almost a favorite country for every cheese lover. Netherlands holds the 7th position in our list.Some of the major ISPs of Netherlands are KPN, Orange, Tele2, Tiscali, BBned and lot more. There are round about 14.9 million regular Internet users in Netherland and the average speed connection speed splits up to 4.9 Mbps.
Switzerland is one of the most beautiful places on earth and is known commonly for its awesome taste Swiss Chocolates. This small west European country is a major hub for the finance industry, which demands hyper-fast digital connections. It is not behind in the web world as well and that’s why it holds the 6th position in our list. There are round about 5.8 million Internet users who connect to Internet on daily basis and the average connection speed equals to 5.2 Mbps.
Sweden is one of those countries who are famous for multiple things and are very popular when it comes to technology. When it comes to Internet usage Sweden is not behind and holds the 5th position in our list. From the last couple of years Internet usage has increased vastly in Sweden. Approximately there are 8.5 million users who use Internet on daily basis through multiple ways and the average connection speed per user equals to 5.9 Mbps.
Romania is mostly famous for its outstanding food, music and beautiful land. Romania holds the 4th position in our list. Approximately there are 8 million users who connect to Internet through different sources and the average connection speed per user splits up to 6 Mbps.
Japan’s Internet industry is best described as voluntary self-regulation. There is no independent regulatory commission in Japan. The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC) regulates the telecommunications industry as well as the internet, and broadcast sectors. Tsunami affected Japan in a very bad way and brought Japan down in most of the things. Before this tragedy Japan used to rank number 2nd but now it ranks 3rd on our list on the basis of its average Internet connection speed which equals to 6.9 Mbps per user. Unlike most countries, Japan provides for freedom of speech and of the press, and the government respects these rights in practice.
2. Hong Kong
Hong Kong is one of those countries who are famous for trade and business and plays a key role in the world of finance. Of course how can we forget the food of Hong Kong. In our list Hong Kong stand on number 2nd. Out of the approximate population of 7.1 million the estimated people who connects to Internet daily are round about 4.9 million and the average connection speed per user equals 7.3 Mbps.
1. South Korea
In the 1990s, South Korea set a priority that it would be a highly connected country with a high degree of Internet literacy, and it has achieved it. On approximate basis there are 39.5 million Internet users in South Korea and the average Internet connection speed splits up to 15.2 Mbps per user. Almost the double then Hong Kong. (Well that’s a very high speed).