Data usage per smartphone in India to grow 5-fold by 2023

Written by November 29, 2017 14:22

In India, the monthly data consumption per smartphone is likely to increase five times by 2023. According to the Mobility Report of Sweden’s Telecom Gear Maker Ericsson, the monthly data consumption per smartphone is expected to be 18 GB by the year 2023, which is 3.9 GB in 2017. It was also reported in the report that during the same period (2017-2023).

Globally, the growth in mobile data has seen year-by-year increases due to increased data consumption in India. Let us tell you that one year after the launch of Reliance Jio, India reached the top in terms of data usage.

Ericsson India’s Managing Director Nitin Bansal said, “We expect to become the main technology of LTE in India by the year 2023. By 2023, the LTE is likely to get more than 60 percent subscription. This figure is 12 percent in the year 2017. ”

According to this report, by the year 2023, there will be about 800 million VoLTE subscribers in India. Currently, Reliance Jio is providing VoLTE service. This is an upgraded version of calling. This can make calls through the Internet. At the same time, Bharti Airtel, the country’s largest telecom company, is also launching this service.

In the Ericsson Mobility Report, it is expected that by the year 2023, 5G technology will cover more than 20 percent of the world population. At the same time, the 5G tech-based first commercial network is expected to be live in 2019.