Internet has grown exponentially in recent decades. There are now more than a billion active internet users around the world. The medium of connection for all of these users is not the same however. Some rely on dial-up while others have fast optical fiber connection. This chart shows a comparison of broadband internet speed advertised in different countries around the world. Japan leads with speed nearly equal to 100Mbps. That is 50 times faster than what I am using to write this blog. US is in the 19th place!
See how the graph grows. I wonder where would Nepal be on the chart?