The cavalcades on the 5th cause fiber and mobile Internet access to drop during the afternoon and that night we turn off the devices before
Mobile data traffic in rural areas on January 6 fell by 4.6% compared to a conventional Sunday. This is according to data, the country’s fifth-largest telecommunications operator. The day before, during the afternoon and coinciding with the Cavalcades of Kings. There was a decrease in Internet access both through mobile phones and fiber-optic networks (FTTH).
In addition, the hold on for Their Majesties has been noticed from the evening of January 5 to 6. In it, Internet access through both versatile and fiber optics. It starts to be decreased around 11:30 p.m., a whole lot sooner than expected on a day before a vacation. Since the association with the organization is generally stretched out until 1 AM.
As for mobile phones, on the whole of day 5, consumption increased by 1% compared to the previous day, intensifying during the night and reaching the maximum peak around 10:00 p.m. On Epiphany, the reduction of 4.6% compared to a conventional Sunday. It is attributed to a lower use of smartphones during the morning, being the period with the highest mobile consumption between 4:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. The information was like that recorded on Christmas Sunday (December 26).
About voice calls, the occupants of provincial regions talked for a normal of 5.7 minutes on Three Kings’ Day. A figure like that of a Sunday. While on the fifth it was absorbed to a Friday before Christmas with a normal of 8.5 minutes of discussion.
The behavior in fiber optic networks reflects an intensive use of the Internet. It is especially on Three Kings’ Day, according to data from Avatar. The other day, on the fifth, drop-in access was recognized somewhere in the range of 4:00 and 6:00 pm. By harmonizing with the Cavalcades and the movement of the ‘imperial pages’ while picking gifts.
Even though access to streaming and gaming platforms was reactivated overnight, there was a 10% drop in the day compared to the previous day, January 4.
On Three Kings’ Day, internet consumption skyrockets, with 4% more than last Sunday, January 2, and a 40% increase compared to a holiday before Christmas. The behavior of the users was like a holiday and after a slight break at lunchtime (from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm), it is in the afternoon when the greatest volume of data is recorded in the fiber network, reaching the maximum peak at 23:00 hours.