MaxisONE Home Broadband Year End Sales Fibre Internet 10Mbps RM119/month 30Mbps RM179/month

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MaxisONE Home Broadband Year End Sales Fibre Internet 10Mbps RM119/month 30Mbps RM179/month
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Promotion valid until 31st December 2017.

Upon the completion of the contrcat, the price will be reverted to the original price from month 25th onward.

Household Quality Index – Malaysia ranked 36th

Household Quality Index of Malaysia as complied by Netindex of ookla
Household Quality Index is another metric used by Ookla to measure the quality of internet connection. The definition of Household Quality Index at Netindex is:

HOUSEHOLD QUALITY INDEX

Based on millions of recent test results from Pingtest.net, this index compares and ranks consumer broadband connection quality around the globe. Quality is is reported in R-Factor, an industry-standard measurement for connection quality — crucial for applications that require a steady connection such as VOIP and online gaming. The value is the mean R-Factor over the past 30 days. Only tests taken within 300 miles of the server are eligible for inclusion in the index.

In a nutshell, the higher the R-factor, the more stable your internet connection is.
The online gaming experience, especially when playing the MMO (massively multiplayer online) game is directly proportional to the stability of the connection and inversely proportional to the ping or latency. You don’t want any lag when you are in the midst of the battle.
With video streaming, the higher the R-factor, the lest buffering you will have to endure. It can be so frustrating if your video stop playing every 10 seconds because of buffering.
Malaysia is in position 36th in a chart compiled by Netindex of the Household Quality Index of different countries. A total of 44 countries are in the ranking.
Lithuania topping the chart is not as surprising as it seems. The Baltic countries of Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania have some of the best and fastest internet network in the world.
Among the south east Asian countries included in the list, Singapore is in no. 4 with Vietnam in position no. 8.
Quality Index ranking by Netindex - 1 to 22
Quality Index ranking by Netindex - 23 to 44

Malaysia Ranks 121th in internet download speed by Ookla

Download Speed in Malaysia as complied by Netindex of ookla
Ookla is the leading broadband testing application provider which operate the popular speedtest.net website.
Based on the data collected, the results is presented in an aggregated view in the Netindex.com website.
The metric of our interest in the “Household Download Index” ranking by countries.
This index is defined as below which was extracted from Netindex.

HOUSEHOLD DOWNLOAD INDEX

Based on millions of recent test results from Ookla Speedtest, this index compares and ranks consumer download speeds around the globe. The value is the rolling mean speed in Mbps over the past 30 days. Only tests taken within 300 miles of the server are eligible for inclusion in the index.

Hong Kong top the chart with download speed of 97.38 Mbps. Next, it is no surprise to find South Korea at no. 2 with 92.25 Mbps. The land of the Samsungs and LGS is one of the most connected country in the world.
Singapore performs remarkably with 89.84 Mbps to rank third on the chart.
Top Ten Countries Download Speed by Netindex explorer by Ookla
Where does Malaysia ends up in this list? The average download speed of 6.44 Mbps landed Malaysia in 121 spot.

Global RankingCountryDownload Speed
100ITALY9.29Mbps
101BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA9.26Mbps
102SAINT LUCIA9.23Mbps
103MARTINIQUE8.86Mbps
104VIRGIN ISLANDS, U.S.8.85Mbps
105NAMIBIA8.79Mbps
106CYPRUS8.73Mbps
107ALBANIA8.09Mbps
108MONTENEGRO7.89Mbps
109ETHIOPIA7.74Mbps
110NEW CALEDONIA7.7Mbps
111ST. VINCENT AND GRENADINES7.64Mbps
112GHANA7.51Mbps
113ZIMBABWE7.19Mbps
114KENYA7.18Mbps
115TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS7.15Mbps
116FIJI7.05Mbps
117DOMINICA6.84Mbps
118CAPE VERDE6.83Mbps
119LIBYA6.59Mbps
120COLOMBIA6.54Mbps
121MALAYSIA6.44Mbps
122SOUTH AFRICA6.42Mbps
123ARGENTINA6.35Mbps
124JAMAICA6.24Mbps
125SAINT PIERRE AND MIQUELON6.21Mbps
126PANAMA6.19Mbps
127ANGUILLA6.06Mbps
128ZAMBIA6.06Mbps
129NEPAL6.03Mbps
130CAMBODIA5.93Mbps
131INDIA5.81Mbps
132LESOTHO5.76Mbps
133IRAQ5.76Mbps
134ECUADOR5.75Mbps
135BRUNEI DARUSSALAM5.69Mbps
136HAITI5.66Mbps
137NIGERIA5.49Mbps
138PAPUA NEW GUINEA5.49Mbps
139BANGLADESH5.48Mbps
140ANGOLA5.47Mbps

How does Malaysia fares among the neighbouring countries of Asean? A respectable no. 4 behind the developed nation state of Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
ASEAN RankingGlobal RankingCountryDownload Speed
13SINGAPORE89.84Mbps
250THAILAND20.52Mbps
351VIETNAM17.47Mbps
4121MALAYSIA6.44Mbps
5130CAMBODIA5.92Mbps
6135BRUNEI5.68Mbps
7142INDONESIA5.27Mbps
8148LAOS4.91Mbps
9151MYANMAR4.81MbpsMbps
10165PHILIPPINES3.51Mbps