Fixed broadband speed dips in India in Jan, mobile download speeds slightly up: Ookla
PTI, Feb 21, 2020, 11:54 AM IST
New Delhi: Mean download speeds on the fixed broadband network in India slipped to 38.84 megabits per second (Mbps), but the same on mobile network improved slightly to 11.58 Mbps in January, a report released by Ookla said on Thursday, February 21.
“India’s performance in mean download speeds on fixed broadband has gone down from 40.11 Mbps in December 2019 to 38.84 in January 2020. Mean download speeds on mobile broadband have gone up from 11.46 Mbps to 11.58 Mbps in January 2020,” the broadband speed analysis firm said in its report.
The index placed UAE on the first position for mobile broadband speed with a mean download speed of 87.01 Mbps. Singapore still holds the top spot for fixed broadband speed with a significant increase in mean download speeds at 202.21 Mbps.
Ookla’s Speedtest Global Index compares internet speed data from around the world each month, and the data for the same comes from tests taken by people using the Speedtest application.
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