As India rolls out 5G slowly but steadily, the country climbed 26 places globally in median mobile speed, from 105th place in November 2022 to 79th place the following month, a report Friday said. Indicated.
As India rolls out 5G slowly but steadily, India climbed 26 places in the global rankings for median mobile speed, from 105th in November 2022 to 79th the following month. indicated in the report on Friday the 27th. According to Network Intelligence and Connectivity Insights provider Ookla, India has increased from 18.26 Mbps in November to 25.29 Mbps in December.
However, India fell one place in the world rankings for median fixed broadband speed overall, from 80th in November to 81st. The country’s performance at a fixed median download speed increased slightly from 49.11 Mbps in November to 49.14 Mbps in December.
Qatar leads the charts in global median mobile speeds, while Burkina Faso moves up 22 places in the global ranks. Fixed broadband download speeds saw Singapore take the top spot, with Rwanda moving up 47 places from him.
India hit a 13-month high for mobile and fixed broadband download speeds in October. Additionally, last November, the country recorded the highest median mobile download speed (from 16.50 Mbps in October to 18.26 Mbps in November).
Meanwhile, Reliance Jio recently recorded a median download speed of around 600 Mbps on its 5G network in Delhi, while India launched its 5G service in October, bringing 5G speeds across India to 500 Mbps. .