NEW DELHI: Median mobile download speeds in India marginally increased from 13.41Mbps in July to 13.52Mbps in August, but the country’s ranking dipped seven spots for overall median fixed broadband speeds, according to the latest data from network testing firm Ookla released on Tuesday.
In the month of August, India maintained its global ranking for median mobile speeds at the 117th position, but slipped seven spots in rank globally for overall median fixed broadband speeds, from 71st in July to 78th in August, Ookla said.
The decline in fixed broadband speeds is despite a slight improvement from 48.04Mbps in July to 48.29Mbps in August, it said.
According to the Ookla data, Brazil registered the highest increase in rank, gaining 14 spots globally with Norway at the no. 1 rank for overall global median mobile speeds.
For overall global fixed median speeds, Palestine registered the highest increase in rank, gaining 27 spots with Singapore at rank no.1 in global fixed median speeds.