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According to the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), Reliance Jio has provided the fastest average 4G download speed to its users in India in March 2022. However, Vodafone Idea (Vi) comes on top in uploads. According to a latest report by news agency PTI, data from TRAI shows that both Vi and Airtel provided average download speeds of 17.9 Mbps and 13.7 Mbps to their users. Whereas Reliance Jio has given the highest average download speed of 21.1 Mbps.

Thus, Vodafone Idea is not far behind Reliance Jio but Airtel has lagged far behind.

Reliance Jio’s average download speed increased in March 2022

For information, let us tell you that the average download speed of Reliance Jio increased by 2.5% to 21.21 Mbps in March 2022, from 20.60 Mbps in February 2022. Also, Vi and Airtel have registered an increase of 2.7% and 8.6% in average download speed during the month of March.

As mentioned above, when it comes to distributed average upload speed, Vi maintained the lead and Vodafone Idea took the lead in March 2022 with an upload speed of 8.2 Mbps.

In comparison, Reliance Jio, Bharti Airtel and BSNL (Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited) gave average upload speeds of 7.3 Mbps, 6.1 Mbps and 5.1 Mbps. Whereas despite the lack of 4G, the average upload speed of BSNL has been seen to be quite good.

For those who do not know, let them know that due to the high speed of download and upload, the work is done quickly, then the data also ends quickly.

TRAI collects speed data on a real time basis through its MySpeed ​​application, and then submits a report based on which telecom operator offers higher speed.

So in the month of March, Reliance Jio has topped after the speed of 21.1 Mbps in downloads, while Vodafone Idea has topped with speed of 8.2 Mbps in uploads.

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