Reliance Jio noticed a dip of 1.5Mbps in its common obtain velocity in October, in accordance to the information supplied by Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI). The Mumbai-headquartered telco, nevertheless, nonetheless maintained its lead in 4G obtain speeds by delivering as a lot as 17.8Mbps. This was over 95 % sooner than the 9.1Mbps common obtain velocity supplied by Idea that stood second in the race. In phrases of add speeds, Jio failed to present any magic and resulted in a flat progress. It’s notable that TRAI continues to be counting Vodafone and Idea as separate telcos on its MySpeed portal, regardless of their merger final yr.
The newest information available on the MySpeed portal by TRAI exhibits that Jio continued its management in 4G obtain speeds in October, with a median obtain velocity of 17.8Mbps. This was, nevertheless, down from the 19.1Mbps velocity recorded in September.
Following Jio, Idea retained its second place with 9.1Mbps velocity. This was up 0.5Mbps from the 8.6Mbps obtain velocity famous by the MySpeed portal in September.
The TRAI information exhibits that Vodafone got here third with a median obtain velocity of 8.8Mbps, up from the 7.9Mbps recorded earlier. Airtel, on the opposite hand, maintained 7.5Mbps common obtain velocity for 2 months straight.
Coming to add speeds, the information obtainable on the MySpeed portal exhibits that Vodafone retained its high place with 6.5Mbps velocity recorded in October. This was flat in comparison to the information posted for September.
After Vodafone, Idea got here second with a median add velocity of 5.9Mbps. This was down from the 6.4Mbps velocity recorded in the earlier month.
However, Airtel confirmed some enhancements in its add speeds with a rise of 0.3Mbps to 3.8Mbps. Jio, in distinction, remained flat with 3.5Mbps velocity recorded final month.
The TRAI information is predicated on the obtain and add speeds it data by way of the MySpeed app on a month-to-month foundation.
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