Vi (formerly referred to as Vodafone Idea) emerged because the fastest mobile operator over 4G in India within the third quarter of this year, while Jio led the list of 4G availability among top service providers, consistent with a report by network analyst firm Ookla. As per the report, data speeds vary among the most important cities within the country, and Hyderabad was found to possess the fastest download experience over mobile networks within the third quarter. Ookla noted that the typical download speeds over mobile networks within the country saw an year-over-year increase of 11.6 percent.
As per the report released by Ookla, Vi saw 13.74Mbps average download speed and 6.19Mbps average upload speed within the third quarter. Airtel followed Vi with a mean download speed of 13.58Mbps and average upload speed of 4.15Mbps. Jio stood at third position with 9.71Mbps download and three .41Mbps upload speeds on a mean within the third quarter.
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In terms of region-wise performance, the Ookla report stated that mobile download speeds vary among the most important cities in India during the third quarter. Hyderabad led that race with a mean download speed over mobile networks at 14.35 percent, followed closely by Mumbai at 13.55Mbps and Visakhapatnam at 13.40Mbps. Delhi came sixth within the list of Indian cities offering top download speeds, with a mean speed of 13.04Mbps.
Hyderabad had the fastest average mobile download speed within the third quarter, followed by Mumbai
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On the idea of the info acquired from the Speedtest app on Android, Ookla mentioned that India led 4G availability among the most important South Asian countries during the third quarter with 94.7 percent of tested locations showing 4G available. Bangladesh and Pakistan followed India with a 4G availability rate of 78.6 and 72.9 percent, respectively.
India’s growth is essentially contributed by Jio that led 4G availability at 99.7 percent during the third quarter. Airtel followed with 4G available in 98.7 percent of tested locations during an equivalent period, while Vi India came third at 91.1 percent.
Despite leading on the 4G availability front, India trailed Pakistan on the a part of average download speeds over mobile networks within the third quarter, as per Ookla. Pakistan had 39.7 percent faster download speeds over India, whereas Bangladesh was third for download speed and second for upload speed. this suggests that the typical upload speed in India was even less than what was provided in Bangladesh — at a rate of 4.18Mbps.
Nevertheless, average download speeds over mobile networks improved in India between the third quarter last and this year. Pakistan, however, saw a rise of 24.1 percent in its download speeds during an equivalent period, consistent with the report.
“Upload speeds remained mostly flat across South Asia’s largest countries, with only Pakistan showing a small improvement year over year,” Ookla said.
India ranked 131st position on Ookla’s Speedtest Global Index for mobile Internet speeds within the month of September with a mean mobile download speed of 12.07Mbps. The country’s neighbours were above it on the list, with China on the second spot, Sri Lanka on the 102nd position, and even Pakistan capturing the 116th rank also as Nepal holding the 117th position