Data roaming is practically unlimited, even with the most advance technology we have today, the fastest internet speed recorded is 26.7 Mbps on South Korea. This is due to higher demanding of internet usage in South Korea, almost 95% of the population had at least one mobile for their daily data roaming.
High end fiber cable for higher internet speed is extraordinary expensive so unless your country’s government will or can afford it, you’re going to stuck with super slow internet speed, on average, third world country have internet speed around 1 Mbps to 2 Mbps.
Land line operator RanksTel announced today that they will initiate a 1,000 Megabits per second (1Gbps or 1000Mbps) internet speed in Bangladesh. That’s 3-4 times faster than South Korea, where they been dubbed king of internet speed for years.
However this service will only available for corporate or company usage on initial release, but RanksTel representative confirmed that within few months from it’s initial release, they will open the market for all users. Romo Rouf Chowdhury, the managing director at RanksTel said their vision is to become the biggest internet provider globally.
The pricing for this service had yet to be confirmed, but with this level of internet speed, we can assumed that it will not be cheap. With the increase popularity of 4K or 8K video streaming, internet speed had become an important role in internet usability.