India has registered a three place drop to 132nd on the Ookla’s Speedtest Global Index for mobile broadband. According to the company the index arrives from hundreds of millions of tests. The tests are take by consumers. According to Ookla, India Drops Broadband Speeds. The latest ranking release happened on Thursday. India registering an average mobile broadband download speed of 9.81 Mbps while its average upload speed to be at 3.98 Mbps.
India Ranks Lower Than Its Neighbor Countries:
The global download speed for the month of April is 30.89Mbps, while the average upload speed is 10.50Mbps. With an average mobile download speed of 88.01 Mbps and an upload speed of 18.14 Mbps, South Korea is on the top of the list. Qatar, China, United Arab Emirates, and the Netherlands complete the top five.
India Drops Broadband Speeds:
India’s neighbors including Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh ranks are higher with Nepal gaining five places in the month to 111 in the rankings. Pakistan is number 9th position of the Global Speed test. Bangladesh with a mobile download speed of 9.96 Mbps and an average upload speed of 6.44 Mbps is placed at 130 on the index.
Uzbekistan, Libya, Algeria, Rwanda, Sudan, Venezuela, and Afghanistan are the only countries that have ranks lower than India.
India registers an average fixed broadband download speed of 35.84 Mbps and an upload speed of 32.36 Mbps. The global average download speed in the fixed broadband space for the month of April is 74.74 Mbps while the upload speed is 39.62Mbps.
Singapore with an average fixed broadband speed of 198.46 Mbps and an upload speed of 207.17 Mbps tops the list while Hong Kong, Thailand, Switzerland and Romania completed the top five.
India’s neighbor Bangladesh took the 96th spots on the index while Sri Lanka is in the 102nd position. Nepal secures 118th position on Global Speed Test.