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Even Speedtest thinks Reliance Jio’s internet speeds are slowing down

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Even India’s richest man is unable to quench the country’s need for speed. 

Launched with much fanfare and promise of providing high speed internet via its future proof 4G LTE only network, Reliance Jio’s services are downgrading as more people get on board. While users have been complaining about slow on social media, now even Ookla, the Seattle-based company that makes the popular Speedtest.net app corroborates those clams. 

According to data released by Ookla, Jio’s mean download speeds as measured by people who used the app to test internet speeds, has been declining since May. Jio had initially opened the network to only its employees in December last year but opened it to public via an employee referral program. It then allowed people who bought its LYF-branded smartphones on to its network and finally opened it to users of select smartphone brands. Read more…

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