The report says that Jio users spent 7% time connected to Wi-Fi networks, while Vodafone users spent 20% time during the 90-day period of the study starting March 1. Bharti Airtel users spent 17% time on Wi-Fi networks followed by Idea Cellular users, who spent 15% time.
The report said that Jio’s 4G availability was “a hugely impressive 96.4%”. That’s why users on its network were connecting to Wi-Fi less than the users of rival carriers.
The report also explained that in Europe a large numbers of subscribers buy their mobile, broadband and TV services from one operator.
It said: “But this business model is simply not affordable for most Indians, so the operators have largely chosen to concentrate on mobile as opposed to fixed-line networks.”