Good News for Jio Users

Reliance Jio has given the fastest 4G download speed to customers one year in a row. In December, the speed of download dropped by eight percent to 18.7 Mbps, but Jio was the front.

According to TRAI data, Vodafone’s average 4G download speed has declined to 6.3 Mbps and Idea has 6 Mbps. In December, the performance of Bharti Airtel’s 4G network was improved. In December, its average download speed was 9.8 Mbps. JIO’s average download speed was 20.3 Mbps in November. During this time, the speed of Airtel was 9.7 Mbps, Vodafone’s 6.8 Mbps, Idea’s 6.2 Mbps. Vodafone’s upload speed was 5.1 Mbps in December, which was 4.9 Mbps in November. Apart from this, Jio’s upload speed was 4.3 Mbps in December, which was 4.5 Mbps in November. Airtel’s upload speed also saw a decline and in December it was 3.9 Mbps, which was 4 Mbps in November.

Good News for Jio

Who get how much speed?
Jio: 18.7
Airtel: 9.8
Idea: 6
Vodafone: 6.3 (in Speed ​​Mbps)

Significantly, TRAI raises the data related to the speed of all the companies through its MySpide portal. Based on these data, it calculates the average download and upload speed of the companies. When a consumer wants to watch a video, surfing the Internet, looking for an e-mail, it is important for the download speed to be good. In the case of sending a file through a photo, video, e-mail, the upload speed becomes a crucial link to test the performance of any network.

Idea in uploads ahead

According to the Trai data, Idea is at the top of the 4G upload speed. His average upload speed was 5.3 Mbps in December, which was 5.6 Mbps in November. The performance of the company’s network is a little worse. Vodafone and Idea have merged together and they are doing business in the name of Vodafone Idea. But TRAI issued the figures separately for both.

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