Similarly, while the United Kingdom is in the bottom third of European Union member states, its broadband speeds still come ahead of major world countries, including Ireland, Russia, Italy, Canada, and Australia. Well it's all thanks to the fact average global broadband speed rose by 9.10Mbps in the 12 months up to 29th May, following a 7.4Mbps increase in the preceding 12 months.
At the other extreme, in position number 200, Yemen residents must have a hard time enjoying Netflix or YouTube, with an average 0.31Mbps connection.
The data was collected by M-Lab, a partnership between Google Open Source Research and Princeton University's PlantLab, and the results compiled by United Kingdom broadband comparison site Cable.
The UK scored an average of 18.57Mbps, putting it 35 in the overall ranking and 26 among European countries.
In particular, broadband speeds in the United Kingdom now trail Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary, Estonia, Lithuania, the Czech Republic and Slovenia - among others - in Europe, and has even been leapfrogged by Madagascar.
Cable's consumer telecoms analyst, Dan Howdle, said it was "somewhat sad to see the United Kingdom not faring better".
"Despite plans to roll out full fibre to United Kingdom homes across the next decade or so, the United Kingdom is likely to fall further behind while we wait".
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"Companies are now investing billions to bring this technology to the United Kingdom, but this will only be successful with the Government's full support. Copper is dead: it is time for the United Kingdom to embrace full fibre - no ifs, no buts".
Nothing is happening in the countryside where the National Broadband Plan (NBP) - the Government's ambitious scheme to deploy fibre to about 542,000 homes and businesses, or close to 1m people not served by telecoms companies - is still waiting to begin.
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It acknowledged there was "more to do".
Currently, Open Reach is in the process of hiring engineers to deliver full fibre to three million buildings by 2020. It is, however, somewhat sad to see the United Kingdom not faring better.
"Some countries are also of course easier to roll out broadband in". Britain is falling behind, and we need to keep up with the rest of Europe.