South Africa’s Internet is worse than Mongolia’s

South Africa has been ranked 88th by the International Telecommunications Union in its 2015 IDI Rank.

The ranking measures the overall status of Internet connectivity in countries around the world, and provides an IDI Value.

South Africa’s 2015 IDI Value of 4.9 sees it fall behind countries like Mongolia, Suriname, Grenada, Seychelles, and Dominica.

South Korea took first place, with a score of 8.93 – followed by Denmark (8.88) and Iceland (8.86).

167 countries were included in the ranking, which saw Ethiopia (1.45), Eritrea (1.66), and Chad (1.17) making up the bottom three.

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