have some English to read
It's true even though it might not seem like it, the internet is getting faster — even here in Australia.
Sadly, a 38 percent spurt in average speeds — as measured by the latest Akamai State of the Internet Report — still has us seventh from the bottom of all 34 OECD nations. That's the same place in the league table as a year ago . Not exactly where a remote nation in the South Pacific wants to be if it wants to be a serious contender in the emerging digital economy.
At the other end of the scale, South Korea has gone on leaps and bounds — up 56 percent to an average speed of 21.9 megabits per second (Mbps). That's almost four times the average Aussie connection of 5.8 Mbps.
Australia and New Zealand are stuck at the bottom of the list along with an assortment of economic basket cases: Chile, Mexico, Turkey, Greece, and Italy. Map internet speeds related to wealth — however you want to measure it — and Australia is clearly at the bottom of the table
a couple of things were off lad but you speak pretty clearly 6/10
Here i'll do it for you (brit here)
I'm not sure who wrote this article but they should be shot. It reads like soiled toilet paper
No worries, lad. If it was more than 5 years ago then you did a pretty good job