US Internet Speed Has Gone From 12th To 6th Fastest Since End Of Net Neutrality

Since the repeal of “net neutrality” took effect on June 11, the U.S. internet speed has gone from 12th to 6th fastest in the world.

FCC chairman Ajit Pai announced late last year that he would be repealing the Obama-era internet regulations known as “net neutrality.” Following this announcement, the internet went into an absolute frenzy.

Even from the day of the announcement for the repeal, internet speeds have steadily been increasing.

US Internet Speed Has Gone From 12th To 6th Fastest Since End Of Net Neutrality

This is likely due to the fact that the repeal of net neutrality rules have allowed the market to dictate itself. This, in turn, has spurred competition and innovation which ultimately creates a better product for consumers.

The United States now trails only Singapore, Hong Kong, Iceland, Romania, and South Korea in overall broadband download speed.

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