Australia, Lebanon, Qatar, Oman and Greece are the countries that make up the top 5 states where the difference between internet access speeds more accentuates.
In the Western world, it is normal for a good Wi-Fi connection to be faster than the average speed of your mobile data packet, but according to OpenSignal, this is not the case in 33 countries that have been evaluated.
The analyst's study shows that the difference is indeed abysmal in some of the cases reviewed. Although Wi-Fi is clearly superior in countries such as Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea and the United States, the LTE mobile internet has seen wireless differences reaching 25Mbps in territories such as Lebanon.
Australia, Qatar, Oman and Greece are the other countries that make up the top 5 states where the difference between speeds more accentuates.
OpenSignal suggests that manufacturers and users should rethink the way they come and use the internet, since current logic leads us to automatically think that Wi-Fi is more consistent than mobile data when, in fact, that always happens. In the LTE era, differences can not only enhance mobile networks, but also put them at several levels above Wi-Fi networks, supported on fixed networks and limited by the type of protocol used in the equipment.
In some of the listed countries, where Internet networks are not as consistent, bandwidth may not be sufficient for demand. Note that the entry of 5G can further widen this difference, which may lead to an adjustment of the expectations that the users have against the internet that they use in their equipment.
You can consult the study through this link.