5G download speed in India is 16.5 times faster than 4G [REPORT]
The state of internet in India has slightly improved since the launch of 5G. Currently, Reliance Jio and Bharti Airtel are the only two telecom companies offering 5G services to tier-1 and tier-2 cities. Although 5G adoption is still...
4G Speed in India: Navi Mumbai Tops The Chart But IT Capital Disappoints
The declining ASP (Average Selling Price) due to the advent of Chinese manufacturers is resulting in the exploded adoption of smartphones in India. In 2016, Reliance Jio fueled the adoption growth by introducing new data tariffs at a jaw-dropping...
The State Of 4G In India: The Early Excitement Is Resulting In Disappointment
After the advent of Jio, India’s picture in terms of the internet, especially the state of 4G in India, has changed drastically, and for the good. Statistically, there are about 1049.74 million mobile subscribers in India as of April...
4G Availability in India: Tier 1 Cities Fair Better Than Metros
The Indian 4G revolution is gaining momentum like never before. The unprecedented adoption of LTE devices at a cheaper price has led 4G to reach a large proportion of Indian population. Surprisingly, small cities are apparently more influenced by...
Despite Significant Improvement, Jio’s Network Quality Is Still lagging Behind The Competition
OpenSignal's latest "State of Mobile Networks India" report is out, and it provides some interesting insights into the Indian telecom industry. According to the report, Reliance Jio continues to lag behind competitors in terms of network quality, despite a...
The State of 4G In India: Deep Penetration But Pathetic And Lethargic Speed
OpenSignal's latest "The State of LTE" report for June 2017 is out, and like most things in the Indian telecom industry over the past ten months, it is all about Reliance Jio. According to the report, 4G availability and...
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Despite mass tech layoffs and funding winter, 80% of early-stage Indian startups would continue to hire in 2023
Indian startups are hiring despite the flurry of tech layoffs and market uncertainty that has forced most tech giants...
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