Netflix ISP Speed Index for July Sees Telus, MTS and Teksavvy Move Up the Ranks

Netflix has released their monthly ISP speed index and for July, MTS’ Fiber Optic, Teksavvy and Telus all moved up the ranks by one spot out of ISPs in Canada.

The company says this month, Canada, along with 12 other nations get technology icons to make comparing performance among ISPs easier for that have different types of networks.

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Netflix says their ISP Speed Index is based on data from over 50 million members worldwide and their over 1 billion hours of monthly streaming. As for the numbers listed, the company says they “reflect the average performance during prime time of all Netflix streams on each ISP’s network and are an indicator of the performance typically experienced across all users on an ISP network.”

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  • FragilityG4

    Isn’t this data predicated on the customers choice of speed from their respective ISP? If it is I’m not too sure what the point of it is … I have Teksavvy cable and I pay for 30mbps and that’s what I get.

  • Rio

    At the beginning, a Lot of ISP’s used to throttle Netlix. This seemed like their way of telling their customers, it’s your ISP’s fault.

  • FragilityG4

    That makes sense … I just got Netflix and it runs beautifully on all my devices … I even picked up an extender for my room on the second floor.