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Has anyone been to Nha Trang city in Vietnam? What is the internet speed there? Wi-fi and mobile internet.

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In general Internet Cafes in Vietnam are faster and cheaper than in Cambodia or Laos. I don't remember any specific places in Nha Trang, but you should be able to find a place with decent connectivity. As for Wi-fi and mobile internet, I don't know because I don't bring my own devices when I travel. – Peter Hahndorf Feb 6 '13 at 20:09
    
Most (if not all) hotels (except high-star-rating hotels) and cafes in Vietnam have free wifi for you. – Lưu Vĩnh Phúc Aug 31 '15 at 8:58
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I was there last year, and I remember connecting to internet in a café. The internet was really ok; nothing to complain about.

Moreover, in general in Vietnam the internet connection is good. Some places censor Facebook though

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Generally, I found that Facebook was blocked and people needed to use a VPN to circumvent the block. – Ankur Banerjee Feb 20 '13 at 1:38

It depends on where you stay and visit. In general it is okie and fast in some internet cafe. Mobile internet connection must be faster now since 3G is more popular in VN.

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Yes, speed of internet in Nha Trang is quite faster. As i know if you use wifi in coffee shop or hotel will better than puplic area. Happy travel!

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"Quite fast" isn't really helpful. "Quite fast" really just means "fairly good relative to what you're used to." But different people may be used to different speeds and whaty ou think of as "quite fast" might be "very slow", or "very fast" to somebody else. – David Richerby Mar 16 at 4:47
    
It denpends on each place but bassically, it's fast. – adancopper Mar 16 at 4:57

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