Latest Telecom updates

Latest Telecom updates

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Airtel tops in download speed in Delhi

As per the recent update, Airtel has topped in the internet download speed at an average of 8.9Mbps. After Airtel, Reliance Jio came at second place with 7.3Mbps as per stats issued by Telecom Regulatory Authority of India. After Reliance Jio Vodafone got the average speed of 4.9Mbps. Here we’re taking about 4G speed testing, when it’s come to 3G MTNL tops the list with 3.7Mbps.

Reliance Jio gains while Vodafone loses their subscribers

As per another update from the end of TRAI, Jio has gained the subscribers wherein Vodafone has lost many. Jio is coming up with so many attractive offers which is always engaging users to be there with the company. So Jio is keeping hold over their subscribers and it’s growing rapidly. When we talk about other telecom service providers, Idea and Airtel has also gained few subscribers in the past month. It was just Vodafone who lost few users with more than 5 lakh subscribers the way other operators are campaigning.

After all that when we talk about wired broadband services, here BSNL is leading as always. Apart from that Airtel is trying to catch up with BSNL and it’s on 2nd spot. Reliance Jio is falling in this segment, but we all hope they will come up with something really new very soon.

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