Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta has entry to the quickest obtain speeds amongst nationwide parks in Canada, in line with knowledge from Ookla.
Ookla has launched a report analyzing cellular web efficiency, availability and protection in nationwide parks in Canada.
The knowledge exhibits that Waterton Lakes park had median obtain speeds of 29.92Mbps with median add speeds of 11.41Mbps. Jasper National Park and Banff National Park each in Alberta got here in second and third, respectively.
Riding Mountain National Park in Manitoba had the slowest median obtain pace, adopted by Yoho National Park in British Columbia and Saguenay-St. Lawrence National Park in Quebec.
“For comparison, the median mobile download speed in all of Canada was 66.90Mbps during Q1 2021,” the report outlines.
Ookla notes that solely two Canadian nationwide parks present lower than 50 % 4G availability, with Elk Island National Park in Saskatchewan having the very best at 91 %. Kootenay National Park in British Columbia had the bottom 4G Availability amongst nationwide parks in Canada.
The report outlines that “Canadian national parks on this list had, for the most part, much higher 4G Availability than the U.S. National Parks with the lowest 4G Availability.”
Ookla notes that median efficiency solely applies the place you’ll be able to truly get a sign. For occasion, though Waterton Lakes National Park had the quickest obtain pace, travellers will solely discover dependable 4G service in some elements.
Banff and Jasper have been the one two nationwide parks with ample samples to verify 5G at the least someplace within the park.
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