In the U.S., Verizon retained the top spot with an average speed of 3.50 Megabits per second (Mbps) for March.
In Canada, TekSavvy continued its climb, increasing two spots to No. 10 with an average speed of 3.08 Mbps, up from 2.91 Mbps in February when it moved up one.
In Chile, GTD bypassed VTR for the second time this year, taking the top spot with an average speed of 3.27 Mbps ahead of VTR’s 3.19 Mbps.
In Sweden, Ownit took the top spot for the first time since June 2014 with an average speed of 3.95 Mbps. ComHem, which had ranked No. 1 since then, fell to second place with an average speed of 3.93 Mbps compared with 3.98 Mbps in February.
In Luxembourg, Visual Online jumped two to top that country’s ranking for the first time with an average speed of 4.16 Mbps. Numericable and Lux Online each fell one spot to second and third place respectively, posting average speeds of 4.08 Mbps.
Next month, we’ll add Australia and New Zealand, where we launched service last month, to the index.
The Netflix ISP Speed Index is a measure of prime time Netflix performance on a particular ISP and not a measure of overall performance for other services/data that may travel across the specific ISP network. Faster Netflix performance generally means better picture quality, quicker start times and fewer interruptions.
The latest regional rankings are below:
Anne Marie is a member of the Netflix communications team.