Know the fastest mobile internet speed time in 24 hours

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4G download speed in India is 4.5 times higher at night. This information is given by Internet Speed ​​Tracking company OpenSignal. The company has said that this figure has come out on the basis of a survey done on the 4G download speed of 20 major Indian cities. At 4 am, the average download speed is up to 16.8Mbps in these 20 cities. This daily average is 6.5Mbps. According to this data, at least 10 pm users get less internet speed. There is considerable congestion on the internet at this time.

According to OpenSignal's research, Indian users are experiencing different speeds at different times of the day. But the average LTE download speed falls to 2.8 Mbps at the time the congestion remains on the Internet. If talk of different cities, the average LTE download speed in Navi Mumbai is up to 8.1Mbps. At the same time, Prayagraj has 4.0Mbps. On the other hand, if the minimum speed of Prayagraj is talked about, it can be up to 2Mbps. Talk of Indore, there is a maximum Internet 4G download speed of 21.6Mbps.

According to OpenSignal, a similar trend is seen in all cities with download speeds. It decreases in the day and reaches the lowest speed at 10 in the late night. That's because at the same time most users work on the Internet or watch like social media browsing. At the same time, most of the people are asleep at 4 a.m. Because of this, 4G download speed is the highest at this time.

The 4G download speed range from 2.5Mbps to 5.6Mbps in peak time. But when people do not use the Internet more then this speed is increased from 9.9Mbps to 19.7Mbps. It has been said in the report that network congestion is one of the main reasons for low Internet speed. OpenSignal has noticed another thing that users are given speed up to 20Mbps in the middle of the night.

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