Valve has updated their Steam Stats page with a new, fresh-looking feature that lets you check the data rates for various ISPs around the world, by country or region.
As you would expect thanks to our shambled NBN plans, Australia isn't doing the greatest in terms of ISP speeds, with our average download rate sitting at 6.6 Mbps. Compare that to the United States or Japan, which have 16.7 Mbps and 33.5 Mbps, and its quite an embarrassment.
Alongside download rates, the stats page also offers an insight at each country's respective 'Total Bytes', with Australia sitting at 1.5 Petabytes. To put that into perspective, 1.5 Pb is 1572864 gigabytes. The filters can be applied to regions, countries, or US states. Clicking on any country will bring down a list of ISPs and their respective download rate.
Check it out through the new Steam Stats page