New Delhi. Reliance Jio, the company of the country’s famous industrialist Mukesh Ambani, has once again maintained its dominance in 4G download speed. According to the data released by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) for the month of March, Jio’s average 4G download speed was measured at 21.1 Mbps. There was a jump of 0.5 Mbps in comparison to the month of February. Jio’s average 4G download speed in the month of February was 20.6 Mbps. Apart from Jio, the speed of only government company BSNL has increased. Its 4G download speed was measured at 6.1 Mbps in March as against 4.8 Mbps in February.
Statistics show that the 4G speed of telecom giants, Airtel and Vi (Vodafone-Idea), has decreased in March. Airtel suffered the most, its 4G download speed decreased by 1.3 Mbps in March as compared to the previous month. At the same time, in terms of speed, Vi also suffered a loss of 0.5 Mbps. Airtel’s speed was 13.7 Mbps while Vi India’s speed was 17.9 Mbps.
Like every time, this time too Reliance Jio has once again defeated Airtel and Vi in terms of average 4G download speed. In the month of March, Jio’s 4G download speed was 7.4 Mbps more than Airtel and 3.2 Mbps more than Vi India. Reliance Jio has consistently occupied the number one position in the average 4G download speed for the past several years. Vi India remains at number two and has pushed Bharti Airtel to number three.
Like downloads, Bharti Airtel is also at number three in average 4G upload speed. The company’s average upload speed in the month of March was measured at 6.1 Mbps. Vi India topped the chart with average 4G upload speed with 8.2 Mbps. Reliance Jio won the second number, its upload speed was 7.3 Mbps. BSNL also tried its best to compete with 5.1 Mbps average upload speed. Average speed is calculated by TRAI on the basis of real time data collected with the help of MySpeed application.