As Ukraine emerged from the recession of 2016, both regulators and service providers committed to bringing high-speed internet services to more of the population and positioning the country as a seat for innovation. With recent LTE deployments from the mobile operators and fixed broadband providers building out fiber offerings, consumers in Ukraine are experiencing unprecedented access to faster internet — and the market is more competitive than ever.
The mobile broadband market is currently dominated by three main competitors — Kyivstar, Vodafone Ukraine (owned by MTS) and lifecell (owned by Turkcell) — and the fixed broadband market is highly saturated, with hundreds of ISPs operating at the national, regional and local level.
Ookla, a global Internet metrics agency and solution provider, has just released a report about how fixed broadband speed, mobile speed and 4G availability have looked over the last two quarters in Ukraine.
The analysis includes performance data from 1,805,450 consumer-initiated tests taken with Ookla’s technology Speedtest and coverage data from over 623 million coverage scans on 372,690 devices during Q2-Q3 2019. The data in this analysis does not represent CrimeaReport: New LTE deployments in Ukraine are bringing faster speedsRead More