A new ranking of world broadband internet speeds has placed St Lucia in the 122nd position.
The findings are provided by the broadband comparison service Cable.co.uk.
Cable.co.uk said it carried out more than 63 million speed tests across the world in the 12 months leading up to May 10 this year and found that St Lucia placed 122 out of 189 countries surveyed.
St Lucia has an average broadband speed of 1.98 megabits per second (mbps) which means it takes eight hours and thirty-six minutes (08:36:09) to download a 7.5GB movie.
This compares to 18 minutes for Singapore which is the top ranked country with 55Mbps. Sweden and Taiwan placed second and third respectively.
Taiwan has an average broadband speed of 34.4Mbps.
St Lucia manages to come ahead of 67 countries but falls behind 121 others.
Cayman Islands topped the Caribbean with an average download speed of 13.15Mbps, placing 39th in the global rankings, followed by Bahamas at 49th with 10.06Mbps.
Barbados placed 65th around the world with an average download speed of 6.62Mbps. Jamaica is right behind at 66th with 6.6Mbps.
St Lucia places ahead of Antigua and Barbuda (1.86mbps), St Kitts and Nevis (1.72mbps) and Guadeloupe (1.63mbps).
Yemen was placed at the bottom of the list with an average speed of 0.34mbps.