One Indian Mobile User Consuming 19.5GB Data On Average Month 13 Percent Rise YOY Details

The average mobile data consumption in India has reached 19.5GB per user per month. The annual Mobile Broadband Index released by Nokia revealed that data usage has increased by 13.6% in 2022 on a year-on-year (YoY) basis. Apart from this, the report also states that India’s digital economy will be $ 1 trillion (more than Rs 8 lakh crore) by 2025, in which 5G will play a major role.

Nokia’s MBiT Report According to , mobile data traffic in India has grown 3.2 times in the last five years, reaching 14 exabytes per month. While on the one hand, mobile data traffic was 4.5 exabytes in 2018, it is expected to grow to 14.4 exabytes in 2022. It also states that with new 5G powered applications and services, data consumption will increase further in the coming times.

At the same time, the report further states that the average data consumption per user per month has increased by 2 times to reach 19.5GB. Furthermore, as 5G continues to spread across the country, 4G and 5G data combined account for almost 100% of the total mobile data traffic in the country.

The MBiT report also says that mobile data usage in India will more than double by 2024, thanks to 5G. India is estimated to see shipments of over 70 million (70 million) 5G devices in 2022, indicating a strong traction for 5G in the market.

Also, 4G data traffic grew 6.5 times in the last five years, while MBB subscribers grew 2.2 times. The country’s investment in private wireless networks is also expected to reach approximately $250 million by 2027.

The report says that India is moving towards becoming a $1 trillion digital economy by 2025 and 5G will play a major role.

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