Vi tops the list of fastest 4G networks in India

Vi has emerged as the fastest 4G network in India, as per the ‘India Mobile Network Experience Report – April 2022’, by Opensignal. Vi delivered the fastest 4G Download and Upload Speeds on its Pan-India 4G network enabling users to work, study, socialize, and access entertainment, eCommerce and other digital services.

The Opensignal report analyzed the data speed and experience across cities in 22 telecom circles, over a period of 90 days between December 1st 2021 and February 28th 2022

Hardik Khatri, the Technical Analyst, Opensignal, said “Vi wins all speed awards. Vi is the winner of the Download Speed Experience and Upload Speed Experience Awards. Our users on Vi’s network, on average, had the fastest download speeds of 13.6 Mbps and fastest upload speeds of 4.9 Mbps.”

The key highlights of the report follow-up:

  1. Overall Experience: Vi led the chart in speed Awards for both Download Speed Experience and Upload Speed Experience.
  2. Vi ranked No. 1 in Download speeds across 10 markets – Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Mumbai, Uttar Pradesh (East & West), Kolkata, West Bengal, Assam and North East
  3. Vi took the Numero Uno Position in Upload speeds across 14 markets – Gujarat, Mumbai, Uttar Pradesh (East & West), Haryana, Punjab, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kolkata, West Bengal, Orissa, Assam, North East and Jammu & Kashmir.

Vi has launched a campaign to highlight its network engineers’ efforts themed ‘Best ho raha hai aur bhi Behtar’, the #BestIsGettingBetter campaign, which has gained momentum since the weekend.

Commenting on the campaign, Avneesh Khosla, Chief Marketing Officer, Vi, said, “The latest validation from Opensignal is an endorsement of our efforts to constantly work towards enhancing customer experience through superior network performance. Our new campaign is a celebration of the critical role of our Network Heroes.”

Vi GIGAnet is built on 5G architecture and is the result of the largest network integration completed in record time and the first-of-its-kind spectrum refarming exercise in the world.