4G services are expanding very quickly around the Globe. According to the latest survey of experts at OpenSignal based in the UK, reported that Pakistan’s 4G speed is faster than India. Pakistan has ranked better than India in 4G performance because Pakistan possesses 69.08 percent of 4G availability and 13.56 Mbps of 4G speed.
The company has analyzed and compared the 4G measurements in 88 different countries. From all the results, the fastest LTE speeds seem to have hit a plateau at around 45 Mbps. OpenSignal has measured a sizeable increase in 4G speeds among all the different countries and it is difficult to achieve a 50 Mbps record.
OpenSignal Reported that Pakistan’s 4G Speed is faster than India
From all the surveys, it has been reported that the global average of mobile internet download speed is estimated at 23.54 Mbps. According to Opensignal, India works for outreach rather than injecting more speed into already present services.
Smartphone users are rises to 358 million mobile users and they spend almost 16 hours daily on the internet. It was reported by Indian publication The Economic Times. India’s population is also much bigger in numbers than Pakistan that’s why users also consume much data. The higher the latency, the slower the user’s internet experience.
The 3G/4G subscribers in Pakistan are around 56 million with 75% teledensity. It shows that the Balochistan areas are still not covered with 4G access Furthermore the 46% users in Balochistan has no access to mobile or any landline facility.