'Over 100 million Indians can get gigabit connectivity by 2030 with robust digital infrastructure'

Industry experts predict that India could achieve gigabit connectivity for up to 110 million households by 2030, despite currently lagging in fixed broadband compared to developed countries. The Broadband India Forum highlights the need for substantial optic fibre expansion to meet growing data demands.

Over 100 million Indians can get gigabit connectivity by 2030 with robust digital infrastructure

As India continues to build a robust and resilient core digital infrastructure, the country can achieve gigabit connectivity to all households or at least 100-110 million households by 2030, industry experts have said.

While India is the leader when it comes to data consumption on mobile broadband and is the fastest-growing mobile broadband market in the world, the country still lags in fixed or wired broadband as compared to developed nations.