Whilst Croatia might have 98 percent mobile phone coverage making it one of the leaders in Europe it seems that the country is lagging behind in terms of internet connection. According to the British Approvals Service for Cables, Croatia hits the bottom when it comes to internet speed.
Among more than 40 countries around the world, Croatia has the slowest internet speed, whilst Singapore has the fastest internet of 50 megabits per second. The Southeast Asian country is followed by Sweden, Taiwan and Denmark with the average internet speed faster than 30 megabits per second.
As far as the average internet speed in Croatia is concerned, it is barely 13 megabits per second. The European Union, in its digital agenda, requires that every European in the Union have access to 30 Mbps connectivity by 2020, and half of the households a subscription at 100 Mbps.