- JioFiber’s speed in January and February was 3.6Mbps
- All top five ISP’s offer Fiber-based broadband service
- BSNL and MTNL stay at the bottom of the list
After relating its global ISP Index in January, Netlfix has now updated its ISP (Internet Service Provider) Speed Index website for the month of February as well. In India, Reliance’s JioFiber comes out on the top in the results for the last six months. It clocked an average speed of 3.6Mbps in February.
The list of other internet providers in Netflix’s speed index also includes 7 Star Digital, Xstream Fiber, ACT Fibernet, Hathway and MTNL. The popular OTT streaming platform says that the speed is calculated on the basis of maximum stream session bitrate set by resolution request, streaming device and the encoding recipe.
Jio Fiber tops the charts in Netflix’s ISP Speed Index
Reliance’s JioFiber bags the top spot in Netflix’s ISP Speed Index with an average speed of 3.6Mbps in the last six months. It clocked 3.8Mbps in November and December 2020 and then 3.6Mbps speed in January and February 2021.
7 star Digital came in the second spot with an average speed of 3.4Mbps from September, October, and November 20202. It went up to 3.6Mbps in December 2020, but back to 3.4Mbps in the last two months. Airtel is also in the second spot with an average speed of 3.4Mbps. The second spot is also shared by Atria Convergence Technologies, Excitel Broadband, SPECTRA, and Tata Sky Broadband.
In the speed index list, the third rank is taken by broadband operators including Alliance Broadband, D-VoiS, GTPL, Hathway, One Broadband, Syscon Infoway and You Broadband. These ISP’s clocked an average speed of 3.4Mbps. In the fourth spot is Tikona with 3Mbps average speed, followed by BSNL on fifth with 2.8 Mbps average speed and MTNL in the last position with 2.4 Mbps average speed.
Out of the top five ISP’s, only 7 Star Digital and Airtel Xstream Fiber offer both Fiber and DSL services.