India Consumes Most Mobile Data per Month in World: NITI Aayog

 
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India Consumes Most Mobile Data per Month in World: NITI Aayog

Highlights

  • India has the highest number of mobile data consumption: Ookla
  • About 150 crore gigabytes of mobile data is consumed per month in India
  • China and the US trail behind India in mobile data consumption

With consumption of 150 crore gigabytes of mobile data per month, India is now the number one country in the world in mobile data consumption, NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant said on Friday.

"Amazing! With 150 crore gigabytes per month of mobile data consumption, India is now world's number one mobile data consuming country. Its mobile data consumption is higher than that of the USA and China put together," Kant tweeted.

However, he did not share the source of the data.

Earlier this month, Ookla said India is ranked 109th - behind countries like Nepal and Sri Lanka - in mobile Internet speeds and 76th for fixed broadband speeds globally

"At the start of 2017, the average mobile download speed in India was 7.65Mbps. Heading into the end of the year, average mobile download speed is 8.80Mbps as of November. That's a 15 percent increase," Ookla said in a release announcing the results.

"While mobile speeds increased modestly, fixed broadband speeds increased dramatically. Average fixed broadband download speed in January was 12.12Mbps. As of November, it's at 18.82Mbps, a close to 50 percent jump," it added.

As of November, Norway ranks first in the world for mobile Internet speeds with an average download speed of 62.66Mbps. Singapore takes the top spot for fixed broadband with 153.85Mbps average downloads.

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