India Admits To ‘Terrible Job’ In Pushing Broadband Penetration

India Admits To ‘Terrible Job’ In Pushing Broadband Penetration

India’s rollout of its National Optic Fibre Network (NOFN) has been not so successful, according to Rahul Khullar, chairman of Telecom Regulatory Authority (TRAI).

India ranked 122 globally for Internet penetration, with only 1.1 per every 100 residents having access to fixed broadband, according to a UN report released last September. This was below the world average of 9.9 per 100 inhabitants.

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