India is second to none, all records broken in average broadband speed, you will be left sweating after seeing the speed

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Broadband Speed: According to data from Mobile and Broadband Network Intelligence, in August 2021, India has made changes in terms of broadband. The average speed of 62.45 Mbps has been recorded for the first time in the country. This country has achieved in the overall fixed broadband download speed on the Global Index report. India’s global ranking has remained at 68th position. Ookla has released updates for its Speedtest Global Index for the month of August. India’s overall performance in terms of mobile download speed has also increased slightly to 17.96 Mbps from 17.77 Mbps in July 2021. But India has dropped 4 places from 122 to 126 in the global ranking of mobile speeds due to better performance in speed by countries like Uzbekistan, Colombia, Belarus and Cote d’Ivoire.

Ookla’s Speedtest Global Index compares the world’s speed test data each month. The data for the Global Index comes from a number of tests that the general public uses to test their Internet performance per month speed tests. The global mobile average download speed was 56.74 Mbps. The average upload speed was 12.61 Mbps with a delay of 37 ms. Speedtest recorded a fixed global average download speed of 110.24 Mbps and an average upload speed of 60.13 Mbps with 19 ms delay.

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According to the August Global Speedtest Index, the United Arab Emirates topped in terms of mobile broadband and fixed broadband with an average download speed of 195.52 Mbps and Singapore 262.20 Mbps. Cuba and Liberia, along with the Marshall Islands, recorded the highest growth in mobile download speeds and fixed broadband speeds in August 2021. Last month’s data released by Ookla shows that India has recorded the highest growth in fixed broadband download speed of 60.06Mbps, which was the best growth from 40.45Mbps in July last year.

According to Speedtest by Ookla, telecom companies or operators were better. Created during the second wave of Covid-19, as they acquired a variety of spectrum bands during this period.

[Attribution to NBT]

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