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India has the slowest 4G speed in the world: OpenSignal

By INS Correspondent , in Business & Economy Regional , at February 22, 2018

NEW DELHI: The average network speed in India for the 4G services remains the slowest across countries lagging even Pakistan, Algeria, Kazakhstan and Tunisia, Times of India reported.

The results have come to fore after OpenSignal, mobile analytics company, prepared the list of countries providing internet services.

The list prepared claims that the 4G download speed in India is the slowest across 88 countries spanning six continents.

According to ToI report, On an average, the 4G speed in India has been measured at 6 mbps, while the actual speed could be much lower than that.

In Pakistan, according to OpenSignal subscribers enjoy internet at a more than double speed of 14 mbps. Algeria is ranked second-last at 9 mbps.

OpenSignal has put Singapore at top of the list, giving its subscribers fastest downloads on 4G at 44 mbps, Netherlands at 42 mbps, Norway, the 4G download speed is 41 mbps, South Korea gets 40 mbps.

“OpenSignal analysed more than 5,000 crore measurements (collected between October 1 and December 29 of 2017) of speed from over 38 lakh smartphone and tablet users across six continents,” ToI reported.



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