Ireland has the 36th slowest broadband speed in the world.
Annual global rates have just been published showing we are just behind the UK, and just ahead of Austria.
More than 160 million tests were carried out across 200 countries to reveal that Singapore is still the fastest country.
It is followed by Sweden, Denmark and Norway, while Yemen has the slowest broadband worldwide.
Tech expert Jess Kelly says Ireland features in the middle of the table, but there are big differences in speeds within the country.
“The average download speed is 18.22Mbps. If you ask someone in Dublin city or Cork city what their speed is, they will be up there getting almost the 200 which you pay more, which is sensational,” she said.
“The fact of the matter is, there are still large pockets of this country that do not have access to broadband, never mind your high-speed broadband.”
Credit Irish Examiner