India's TRAI Preparing Mobile Average Speed Rules

The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of India appears to be preparing for new quality of service measures related to minimum mobile Internet access speeds. The new rules might focus on minimum average speeds.

TRAI also reports India’s mobile data usage  grew 58 percent to 451,185 TB in March 2016, year over years.

Mobile  Internet subscribers grew 16 percent, year over year, reaching 30 percent of the mobile subscriber base.
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