NEW DELHI: India witnessed decline in mobile and fixed broadband speeds and fell three ranks in speed performance in both the categories in the month of June, as per internet speed testing analysis firm Ookla.
India slipped to 74th position in June from 71st in May in terms of fixed broadband speed. The country ranked 126th in mobile internet speed in June, falling three positions from the previous month, Ookla said in a statement.
This is a sharp decline compared to last year. In July 2018, India ranked 111th in mobile speed, and 56th in terms of fixed broadband speed.
Ookla’s June Speedtest Global Index showed South Korea at pole position in the world for mobile internet with an average download speed of 90.06 Mbps. Singapore continued to hold the top spot for fixed broadband with average download speed of 195.88 Mbps.
The average mobile download speed in India in the month of June was 10.87 Mbps, and 29.06 Mbps in case of fixed broadband speed. The mobile and fixed broadband speeds in May were 11.02 Mbps and 30.03 Mbps, respectively. (AGENCIES)