Reliance Jio topped the chart of 4G broadband service providers for the 11th straight month by recording a peak download speed of 25.6 mbps for November 2017, data published by telecom regulator Trai showed today.
Vodafone, the closest competitor to Jio, registered a top download speed of 10 megabit per second (mbps) followed by Bharti Airtel 9.8 mbps and Idea Cellular 7 mbps in November 2017, as per Trai data.
In October, Jio had registered a top speed of 21.8 mbps.
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) collects and computes data download speed with the help of its 'MySpeed' application on a real-time basis.
In terms of upload speed, Vodafone overtook Idea Cellular in November by registering a speed of 6.9 mbps. Idea logged a peak upload speed of 6.6 mbps, followed by Jio which registered a speed of 4.9 mbps. Airtel recorded an upload speed of 4 mbps.
In October, Idea had topped the chart by registering the highest upload speed of 7.1 mbps.