Telstra wins both coverage experience awards outright, while Optus extends its 5G Download Speed winning streak and Vodafone leaps further ahead on 5G Availability.
In this Opensignal’s fifth Global Awards report, we analyse the difference in the overall experience seen by our users on different operators across the globe.
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5G is the future of mobile services, although 4G remains in use everywhere, as do 3G and even 2G in some markets. Across Asia Pacific, operators are continuing to expand their 5G services. Here, we analyze how the 5G experience compares across the region.
To understand why wireless operators — and the smartphone makers that supply them — are keen to switch users from older 4G-only smartphone models to 5G capable versions, Opensignal has analyzed the real-world smartphone experience of 4G and 5G smartphones.
During 2022, 5G will start to become the mainstay of the mobile experience in many markets. In others, the 5G journey is starting, but 5G offers the promise of a significantly superior experience. Here, Opensignal's quantifies the current 5G experience.
Approximately once a decade the mobile industry unveils a new network technology standard with the goal of revolutionizing users’ mobile network experience. Opensignal examines the real-world impact that 5G has had on the mobile experience by comparing 100 markets.
In the third Global Mobile Network Experience Awards report, Opensignal once again directly compares operators from around the world to recognize those on which our users had the best mobile experience.
In the new international 5G benchmark we see significant changes among the global leaders.
Optus wins the 5G Download Speed award outright, but our Telstra users saw the fastest 5G upload speeds.