Good news for internet speed in Italy. It increases everywhere (except the Aosta Valley) by an average of 22,86%. Exploits of Central Italy with increases of up to 50%. Boom in Campania. Here is the data region by region.
The results come from the last observatory conducted thanks to the Internet coverage and speed detection tool in Italy. The study conducted by the SOStariffe.it portal examined in detail the evolution of internet speed in the period between January and September of 2019 and 2020.
A jagged picture emerges: Italy is "divided" by different speeds of navigation. There is a common trait, however, and it is that of positive dynamics. The speed of the internet in Italy increases almost everywhere: smartworking and lockdown already had pushed up the connections. The demand for connectivity has evidently driven interventions that have improved the overall picture.
Internet speed in Italy region by region
The regions that experience the greatest increase in internet speed in Italy between 2019 and 2020 were those of Center of Italy. In particular it is the Campania to register a boom. The writer's region got an average increase in the download speed of the
67,26%: it went from 39.22 Mbps to 65.6 Mbps. Other virtuous Regions include the Lazio, Marche andUmbria.
There are six regions in which there have been milder (albeit significant) increases in internet speed ranging from 20% to 30%. From top to bottom we have Trentino Alto Adige, which went from 21,67 Mbps to 28,1 Mbps (+ 29,67%), followed by Emilia Romagna (+ 29,16%) and Molise (+ 29,09%). Citizens of the Veneto will sail to 33,17 Mbps, when last year it was 26,64 Mbps (+ 24,51%), while browsing speeds of Abruzzo e Lombardia are equal to 39,53 Mbps (+ 23,53%) and 42,04 Mbps (+ 20,53%).
In the rest of the country, the debacle in Val d'Aosta
Liguria, Basilicata, Sicily and Tuscany experience increases in connection speed respectively of 18,97%, 12,90%, 11,90% and 10,64%. In the remaining regions, however, the connection has moved compared to 2019, but in percentages of less than 10%. Specifically, the Sardegna it's passed 37,76 Mbps to 41,49 Mbps (+ 9,88%), the Piedmont from 41,71 Mbps to 45,08 Mbps (+ 8,8%), la Calabria from 32,32 Mbps to 33,14 Mbps (+ 2,54%) and the Friuli-Venezia Giulia from 29,22 Mbps to 29,53 Mbps (+ 1,06%).
At the bottom is Puglia, which grows only by 0,07%. But the real negative is that of Valle d'Aosta, which even slows down by 3,68%.