Broadband speeds are falling in many European countries as well as North America.
According to data from Speedtest, this is especially visible in the past week, amid an unprecedented lockdown in many countries due to the coronavirus outbreak.
In the U.S., mean fixed broadband download speed decreased from roughly 140 to 133Mbps in the week of March 16, compared to the week of March 9. Over that same period, mobile broadband download speed went from about 75 to 72Mbps.
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