India has been ranked 131st on Ookla’s Speedtest World Index for cellular Web speeds and positioned 70th on the index for fastened broadband speeds within the month of September. Within the cellular Web pace division, the nation has slipped two positions when in comparison with the earlier month, with a median obtain pace of 12.07Mbps. On the fastened broadband pace entrance, India gained two spots with common obtain speeds of 46.47Mbps and has been ranked 70th. In each these circumstances, India’s numbers are effectively beneath the worldwide common Web speeds, with neighbouring nations akin to Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka, rating greater within the cellular division.
Cell Web pace
In response to Ookla Speedtest World Index for September 2020, India’s common cellular obtain pace is 12.07Mbps – considerably decrease than the worldwide common of 35.26Mbps. India has witnessed a drop of two factors when in comparison with August’s figures and is now positioned on the 131st spot out of the whole 138 nations. The nation’s common cellular add pace is at 4.31Mbps and latency is 52ms. The worldwide common of cellular add pace is 11.22Mbps and common latency is 42ms.
India’s neighbouring nations are positioned above it on the checklist. China is on the second spot with common cellular obtain pace of 113.35Mbps, Sri Lanka is ranked 102nd with 19.95Mbps, Pakistan occupies the 116th rank with 17.13Mbps, and Nepal holds the 117th place with 17.12Mbps. Bangladesh fared badly, nonetheless, and is ranked at 133 with 10.76Mbps common cellular obtain pace.
Mounted broadband web pace
In relation to fastened line broadband Web speeds, India is positioned 70th out of 175 nations – effectively above most of its neighbouring nations – with a median obtain pace of 46.47Mbps. China takes up the 20th spot with 138.66Mbps, Sri Lanka is ranked 94th with 31.42Mbps, Bangladesh holds the 98th place with 29.85Mbps, Nepal ranks 113th with 22.36Mbps, and Pakistan is at 159th place with 10.10Mbps. The worldwide common obtain pace is 85.73Mbps, add pace is 45.74Mbps with latency of 21ms.
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