India slips two spots to 59th on Digital Quality of Life index, has poor internet speed. The index, which evaluated countries based on a set of 5 fundamental digital well-being pillars, ranks India 33rd on e-governance and 47th on internet affordability.

India ranks 33rd on e-government and 47th on internet affordability, according to a global index on digital quality of life in 110 countries.

The Digital Quality of Life Index 2021, conducted by the cybersecurity company Surfshark based in British Virgin Islands, ranks countries based on five fundamental digital well-being pillars –– internet affordability, internet quality, electronic infrastructure, electronic security, and electronic government.