A survey by Chinese telecom giant Huawei has ranked India at 44th on Global Connectivity Index among the list of 50 countries.
Announcing its third GCI report in Shanghai in China, the Huawei mapped the improvements internationally in the field of internet connectivity.
The report divided the 50 countries in three categories, Starter, Adopter and Frontrunners.
Ranked 44th, India was placed in Starter category along with countries such as Bangladesh, Qatar, Pakistan, Algeria and Venezuela. India was ranked 44th even Huawei’s second Global Connectivity Index report announced last year.