Telecom companies: Guaranteed Download Speed is not Technically Possible

Consumers feel telcos aren't delivering their promised Internet speeds, let alone a bare minimum level of speed.

According to a report printed in the Economic Times, the government is not currently in the process of changing the rules of the existing mobile network, in which a minimum requirement of 512 kbps has been laid, as all the telecom companies and experts say that not only India but the world In any country, technically the minimum speed of internet can not be fixed.

Meanwhile, Director General of Cellular Operators Association of India, Rajan Mathew said, “The minimum speed of downloading at any point in the multi-point mobile network can not be decided. Whether it is India or any other country in the world. ‘ Please tell us that companies like Airtel, Geo, Vodafone are members in the Cellular Operators Association of India.

Rajan Mathews further said that the network speed that the customers receive depends on coverage, network load, network usage, location, phone and app. At the same time Speed ​​Testing companies like Oklah and Speed ​​Test agree with the opinion of telecom companies that a minimum speed of the network can not be decided.

By the way, the quality of the smartphone is also responsible for speed. Smartphone quality is particularly important in the case of video streaming, online gaming, live messaging and video calling, but customers believe that telecom companies can not even provide the speed that they promise.

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