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These 3 Countries Have the Fastest Internet for Digital Nomads


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While being a digital nomad is more popular than ever, this unconventional lifestyle comes with its own set of challenges.

Many digital nomads dream of endless vacations and work days at the beach, only to realize that’s not the reality.

Digital nomad on the beach

Being a digital nomad comes with its own unique challenges, and one of them is making sure you have fast and consistent internet access. Whether you’re self-employed, freelance, or have a remote job, a fast internet connection is essential to getting work done as a digital nomad.

Some destinations are better than others when it comes to Internet access.

These are the top three countries with Fast internet for digital nomadsincluding other factors that make these countries a great base of digital nomads.

Thailand beach

Some countries with fast internet speeds, such as Monaco and Singapore, are not good bases for digital nomads due to their exorbitant prices and lack of visa opportunities.

But these three countries are affordable and welcoming to digital nomads:

1. Romania

Romania has some of the fastest internet speeds in the world, with an average speed of 232.17Mbps. But that’s not all that makes this Eastern European nation a hotspot for digital nomads.

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Bucharest, Romania

It’s an extremely affordable place to live, with cities like Bucharest and Cluj-Napoca offering an excellent quality of life for a fraction of the cost you’d find in Western Europe.

Romania is a beautiful country with many things to do and easy access to the rest of Europe.

Americans can stay in Romania for up to 90 days without a visa, and since it’s not part of the Schengen Zone, it doesn’t consume your time in the rest of Europe. Romania also recently introduced a digital nomad visa that is valid for 6 months and can be renewed.

Peles Sinaia castle in autumn season, Transylvania, Romania protected by Unesco World Heritage site


Another great country with fast internet for digital nomads is Thailand. With average speeds of 225.17MbpsThailand has one of the fastest internet services in the world.

Unlike other Asian countries with fast internet such as Singapore, Hong Kong and South Korea, Thailand offers an affordable cost of living that will appeal to digital nomads. You can live a great lifestyle in Thailand for very little money.

lumphini park bangkok

Bangkok and Chiang Mai are two popular hotspots for digital nomads in Thailand, while beachgoers will find Ao Nang, Phuket and Koh Samui their own remote work paradise. Thailand is not only beautiful, but also offers easy access to explore the rest of Southeast Asia.

Americans traveling to Thailand can only stay for 30 days on a visa on arrival (which can be extended for an additional 30 days). If you want to stay in Thailand for the long term as a digital nomad, there is a digital nomad visa that’s good for 4 years.

Woman on boat in Thailand


Finally, Chile is a great country for digital nomads who want fast and consistent internet. The average internet speed here is 217.60Mbpsthe fastest in America.

Chile is one of the safest countries in South America and is an excellent base for digital nomads. The capital city of Santiago is a great place to stay, and is an up-and-coming digital nomad hotspot.

Santiago, Chile

You can also explore the country’s natural beauty, such as the Torres del Paine National Park and the Atacama Desert, during your free time.

Although Chile does not have a dedicated digital nomad visa (yet), Americans can stay in Chile for up to 90 days as a tourist, and this can be extended for an additional 90 days.

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