India Mobile Internet Speed ​​Downloads About 47% in the last 1 year, Ookla’s Speedtest Index shows

India’s mobile and steady internet speed continues to see high trends in Ookla’s Speedtest Global Index in June. The average mobile download speed in the country increased 16.3 percent to 17.84Mbps from 15.34Mbps in May.

Next to the mobile Internet, the country’s average Internet speed has grown by 4.53 percent to 58.17Mbps from 55.65Mbps. Both June’s mobile and fixed internet speeds were the highest in the world in the Global Index.

The June data found in the Speedtest Global Index shows that India has moved up six positions to 122 numbers and three points to 70 on mobile broadband download speed respectively.

Ookla said the country had increased its world-class index for the third time in a row on mobile Internet speed and had shown steady improvement in global mobile download speeds over the past two months.

Mobile Internet speed in June

According to Ookla’s Speedtest data, the average mobile download speed of 17.84Mbps increased annually by 46.71 percent from 12.16Mbps in June 2020.

The average mobile download speed in the country also increased by 18.85 percent to 5.17Mbps June 2021 from 4.35Mbps in the same month last year. It grew by 2.38 percent from 5.05Mbps in May.

In addition to downloads and download speeds, the country’s latency rate on mobile networks reached 48 milliseconds in June from 50 milliseconds in May.

Typical jitter levels also dropped five milliseconds from 48 milliseconds in May to 43 milliseconds in June.

Globally, Ookla’s Speedtest Global Index shows that the United Arab Emirates (UAE) continues to lead at an average mobile download rate of 193.51Mbps, followed by South Korea at 180.48Mbps.

Oman recorded the highest net worth of 26 locations on the continent in terms of Internet speed compared to last month’s record. The southeastern coast is ranked 15th in the world rankings.

Adjusted broadband speed in June

In the area of ​​fixed broadband, June Speedtest data shows that the average download speed of 58.17Mbps in India in June 2021 means an increase of 52.32 percent from the 38.19Mbps speed reported in June 2020.

The country’s average broadband download speed, on the other hand, reached 54.43Mbps in June 2021, up 59.06 percent from 34.22Mbps in the same month last year.

It also saw a 3.97 percent increase from 52.35Mbps in May. The average latency rate on fixed broadband in the country, however, increased by milliseconds to 17 milliseconds in June, according to data provided by Ookla.

Monaco emerged as the world’s largest broadband speed with an average download speed of 260.74Mbps in June.

The border region of France is followed by Singapore and Hong Kong, which ranks second and third in the global broadband index.

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