Barometer of fixed Internet connections in Norway
H2 2021 – H1 2022
Enivest provided the best broadband Internet performances in Norway during the last two semesters.
The nPerf score, expressed in nPoints, gives an overall picture of the quality of a connection. It takes into account the measured bitrates (2/3 Download + 1/3 Upload) and the latency. These values are calculated on a logarithmic scale to better represent the perception of the user.
The nPerf analysis
This study is based on tests carried out by users of the nPerf web speed test in Norway.
Between July 1st, 2021 and June 30th, 2022 we counted in Norway 6.393 speed tests, distributed as follows:
Enivest keeps the lead on the Norwegian broadband Internet.
Its outrageous win on the upload speed and on the latency help it to obtain its third victory in a row on our newest barometer.
By showing a symmetrical bitrate and an outstanding latency of 11 ms through a consistent fibered-network, its 161 009 nPoints and the large score gap with the rest of the contenders are truly deserved.
Altibox and Telia fight for second place
Those ISP have done a good work throughout the year and will compete to become the main challenger of Enivest. Their scores are tight (respectively 139k and 133k nPoints, approx.), and while Telia has a very thin advantage on the bitrates, Altibox has it on the latency.
Telenor should improve quickly
After losing almost 19.000 nPoints in twelve months, and showing an obvious issue when it comes to the time of response, it’s really not been the best year for the national incumbent historic operator on the fixed network. Serious efforts will need to be done to come back in the race.
nPerf offers an Internet speed test application, which can be used for free at www.nPerf.com. Everyone is free to use nPerf to measure the quality of their Internet connection. The panel of this study is formed by our users in Norway.
The nPerf study is based on thousands of tests carried out monthly, exclusively by the operators’ end customers, which makes it the “crowdsourced” study based on one of the largest panels of the country.