The team behind the world-famous Speedtest, Ookla has recently published its Q3-Q4 2020 network performance statistics for Malaysia. Interesting enough, Digi has apparently overtaken Maxis as the fastest mobile operator in the country.
Digi has also maintained its leadership position in terms of consistency which is something that the telco has achieved since the first half of 2020. However, Celcom continues to provide the best latency and 4G availability among Malaysian telcos.
For fixed broadband, TIME Internet has expanded its H1 2020 lead into the second half of the year. Just like the first half of 2020, the fibre broadband company achieved almost double the Speed Score which is Ookla’s own metric that it uses to represent the speed range that operators are able to deliver to their customers.
Just like in H1 2020, TIME is leading the latency chart while Maxis is ahead of TM even though the telco’s fixed broadband service mainly utilised TM’s infrastructure. The ranking repeats itself under Ookla’s Consistency Score chart as well.
Ookla’s Q3-Q4 2020 analysis for Malaysia has also noted that the city that has the fastest mean mobile download speed was Nusajaya with 35.87Mbps. On another hand, Petaling Jaya has the fastest mean download speed for fixed broadband at 109.55Mbps. If you are curious enough and want to check out the full data, just head on to Speedtest’s official website.