India has set a mark on the world in terms of mobile internet speed. In fact, according to the global Ookla Speedtest Index, India moved up two places in the global ranking of average mobile internet speed in April 2022. There was a slight decrease in the average fixed broadband speed in India, but there was an increase in the average fixed broadband speed in India. Mobile download speed also. In the overall average fixed broadband speed, India slipped four places globally, to 76 in April, from 72 in March. The index report also indicates that the United Arab Emirates and Singapore lead the global rankings of mobile broadband performance and fixed broadband performance, respectively.
Mobile internet speed in April
Ookla released its global Speedtest Index for April 2022. In the index, India jumped two places in average mobile speed to 118 in April from 120 in March. Average mobile download speed in India increased to 14.19 Mbps in April from 13.67 Mbps in March.
Fixed broadband speed in April
In terms of average fixed broadband speed, the country slipped four places to 76 in April, from 72 in March. The average fixed broadband speed in India fell to 48.09 Mbps in April from 48.15 Mbps a month earlier.
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Best Performer in the global Ookla Speedtest Index
The index was topped by the United Arab Emirates, the Middle East, and the island, Singapore. The UAE took the lead in mobile broadband with an average mobile download speed of 134.48 Mbps. Singapore leads fixed broadband with an average fixed broadband download speed of 207.61 Mbps.
Ukraine and Papua New Guinea were among the biggest gainers in April 2022. Ukraine was the biggest gainer in the ranking of average mobile broadband download performance, and Papua New Guinea recorded the biggest gain in the fixed broadband performance ranking in April 2022.
PM Modi said this at the 6G launch
On Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced at the Silver Jubilee celebrations of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) that India plans to launch a 6G telecom network by the end of the decade. Indian telecoms companies are currently preparing to roll out a 5G telecom network.
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