TIM is the most awarded mobile network in Brazil this time around, with seven awards won outright. Claro ends with four outright wins under its belt Vivo’s award haul is more modest, although the operator reconfirms its supremacy for both 5G speed awards.
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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Six months have passed since Opensignal published its last State of Mobile Networks: Brazil report, so it's time for our semi-annual update on 3G and 4G performance in the region. For our Mobile Networks Update we've taken a snapshot of the mobile market in Brazil, tracking changes in any of our key metrics.
Claro has made big gains in our performance rankings since OpenSignal's last report, winning both our 4G and 3G download speed awards as well as our overall speed prize.
With download speeds of 18.6 Mbps, Vivo comfortably wins our award for the fastest 4G network, performing more than twice as well as TIM (8.0 Mbps) and over 50% better than Claro (11.6 Mbps) and Oi (11.4 Mbps)..
Vivo was the fastest operator in Brazil in our October to January testing period, with an average LTE download speed of 15.3 Mbps.
América Móvil’s Claro outpaced its competitors in raw 4G bandwidth, delivering average speeds of 17.82 Mbps.