New Delhi: Smartphones Users in India are using about 16GB of 4G mobile data per month Recent Ericsson Mobility Report. The average traffic per smartphone user has increased from 13.5 GB per month in 2019 to 15.7 GB per month in 2020. According to the report, the average traffic per smartphone will increase to about 37GB per month by 2026.
Erickson claims that the increase in data was primarily fueled by work from home demand during COVID-19. 4G Internet will continue to dominate India for the next five years. Ericsson It is estimated that 5G represents just 27% Mobile Subscriptions In India at the end of 2026.
“LTE will continue to be the dominant technology in India by 2026, accounting for 63% of mobile subscriptions. Mobile broadband technologies will reach 67% of mobile subscriptions by 2020, and this number is expected to reach 91% by 2026, with total mobile broadband subscriptions expected to reach 1.2 billion. That said.
“The low prices for mobile broadband services, affordable smartphones and the amount of time people spend online are all contributing to the monthly usage growth in India. Similarly, total traffic is expected to grow fourfold in India, reaching 35 EB per month in 2026,” said Ericsson, Head of Strategic Market Insights and Editor of the Ericsson Mobility Report Patrick Cherwall said.
The report predicts that global 4G population coverage will reach more than 80% by the end of 2020 and is forecast to reach nearly 95% by 2026 To the extent of 5G, Ericsson estimates that by the end of 2026 there will be 3.5 billion 5G subscriptions and over 50% of mobile data traffic at that time.