Speed Data is available in Bangladesh at Multimedia Kingdom. Internet Speed in Bangladesh decreased to 4176.25 KBps in the first quarter of 2017 from 4232.38 KBps in the fourth quarter of 2016.
The story of the internet so far has been one of both ever-faster speeds and ever-higher demand for connectivity. According to Cisco, worldwide internet traffic reached more than 20 exabytes per month in 2010. (An exabyte is a billion gigabytes.) The smart money says demand is only going to keep rising.
Fortunately, the physical infrastructure of the internet is equipped to handle it, at least for a while. The undersea cables we use now can be upgraded to move data at 100 gigabytes per second, about 10 times faster than current speeds. And a $1.5 billion project is underway to reduce the lag time of signals between London and Tokyo by 60 milliseconds using a fiber-optic cable in the Arctic Ocean, the first of its kind in that part of the world.