Average download speed 377.2 Mbps on 5G network in Saudi Arabia Average download speed 336.1 Mbps on 5G network in South Korea
5G network has started in many countries around the world, many are about to start its trial. Meanwhile, OpenSignal, a company that tests Internet speed, has submitted its report related to 5G network. According to the report, the fastest 5G download speed in the world is in Saudi Arabia. While South Korea is named at number two.
According to OpenSignal, the average download speed on a 5G network in Saudi Arabia was 377.2 Mbps. While the average download speed on 5G network in South Korea was 336.1 Mbps. The data is taken from July 1 to September 28 linked to 5G speed in 15 countries.
Top-5 Countries in 5G Download Speed (in Mbps)
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Note: 377.2 Mbps means that 377.2 MB of data can be downloaded in 1 second. It can be understood in this way that if you download a 1GB movie, then it will not take 3 seconds. That is, the movie will be downloaded in the blink of an eye.
According to an OpenSignal report, 4G download speed in Saudi Arabia is 30.1 Mbps, which is 12.5 times less than 5G. At the same time, comparing it with India, according to the TRAI report in India, the maximum 4G download speed of Reliance Jio has been 33.3 Mbps. That is, Saudi Arabia’s 5G download speed is more than 11 times faster.
Spreading rapidly in South Korea
The spread of 5G networks is taking place rapidly in many countries, including South Korea. It currently provides network service on non-standalone mode, requiring support from 4G networks. Users have spent 22.5 percent more to stay connected to the 5G network in South Korea. In the previous report, this figure was 20.7 percent.
5G spectrum cost in India
The report released by Motilal Oswal Financial Services has estimated that the expenditure for A circle and metro cities can be between Rs 78,800 crore to Rs 1.3 lakh crore. Whereas only in Mumbai 5G will require an investment of 10 thousand crores.
On the other hand, TRAI has reserved a price of Rs 8400 crore for 100 megahertz mid-band spectrum. According to the report, for 9 thousand sites, the cost increased to 20 lakhs per site, then the cost would increase by Rs 1800 crore. This will increase the total cost to 10 thousand crores. Similarly, the cost of 5G rollout in Delhi is estimated at Rs 8,700 crore. While the government has reserved a base price of Rs 6900 crore for 100 megahertz mid band spectrum.