Mobile download speed has increased in India. In the week of 20th April, compared to previous weeks, Ookla says mobile download speeds have increased. Mobile Download Speeds Increase India Broadband Speed Flat.
What Did Ookla Said:
The internet testing, data, and analysis firm said in the report that the download speed over the fixed broadband remained flat during the same period. Ookla said that the data have been similar around the world with the mobile download speed increase in the week of April 20 as compared to the prior week.
On the other hand, the download speed of broadband is remaining flat.
Mobile Download Speeds Increase India Broadband Speed Flat:
Ookla said India has recorded a download speed of 10.35 Mbps during the week of 20th April. This speed is almost 12% lower than the peak week of March 2. It is also to be noted, India has recorded a download speed of 11.75Mbps during the week of 2nd March.
Sri Lanka And Philippines Recorded Maximum Decrease In Download Speed:
Sri Lanka and the Philippines have recorded a decrease in download speed. It is also said Sri Lanka’s download speed has decreased by almost 40%. On the other hand, Phillippines has recorded a decrease in download speed by 25%. These two countries are among the maximum decrease in the download speed.
Meanwhile, Trinidad and Tobago with an average mobile download speed of 35.69 Mbps during the week of April 20 registered a 90% increase from the peak week of March 2. Other countries like Iraq, Hong Kong, and Costa Rica have seen a steep increase in the download speed.
Ookla said that the average global mobile download speed recorded during the week of April 20 was 31.81 Mbps which represents a 3% decrease as compared to the peak week of March 2.
India Ahead Morocco, Tobago In Fixed Broadband Speed:
India recorded an average fixed broadband download speed of 35.84 Mbps during the week of April 20 which represents a 7% decrease as compared to the peak week of March 2. The average download speed recorded on fixed broadband during the week of March 2 in India was 38.66 Mbps.
Peru has seen a decrease of 39% decrease and Morocco has seen a decrease of 27% in the download speed.