India ranks 10th in average mobile speed globally


As 5G roll-out gathers pace thanks to Reliance Jio and Airtel, India climbed 10 places for average mobile speeds globally in the month of January, from 79th in December to 69th, said a report on Monday. Went.

According to network intelligence and connectivity insights provider Ookla, the country has moved up two places in rank globally for overall average fixed broadband speed, from 81st in December to 79th in January.

The overall fixed median download speed in India saw a slight increase from 49.14 Mbps in December to 50.02 Mbps in January.

In November, India ranked 105th globally in average mobile speed.

Ookla also recorded an average mobile download speed of 29.85 Mbps in January this year, which is better than 25.29 Mbps in December 2022.

The UAE leads the chart for the overall global average mobile speed, while Papua New Guinea has increased its rank by 24 places globally.

For fixed broadband download speeds, Singapore remains in the top spot, while Cyprus has risen 20 places in rank globally.

Meanwhile, Reliance Jio’s True 5G services have gone live in over 236 cities, becoming the first and only telecom operator to reach such a wide network in a short span of time.

Jio True 5G has a three-fold advantage – Stand-alone 5G architecture with advanced 5G network with zero dependency on 4G networks; the largest and best mix of 5G spectrum in the 700 MHz, 3500 MHz and 26 GHz bands; and seamlessly combining these 5G frequencies into a robust “data highway” using an advanced technology called carrier aggregation.

  • IANS

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