Opensignal analyzed our smartphone users’ experience based on the electoral results and found that users on average have a better mobile experience in the ridings/districts where the Liberal Party won its seats.
For the second largest country in the world by land mass, mobile experience in rural areas is a hot topic, particularly when considering the high relative prices that rural Canadians pay for communication services compared to urban Canadians.
Canada may not be moving as quickly as its larger neighbor to the south in rolling out 5G, but given the power of its 4G networks, Canada isn't likely feeling the same pressure as the U.S.
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Bell and Telus tied for our Video Experience award, but most notable were their scores, which exceeded the 65 points that define a Very Good quality experience in our measurements.
The fastest mobile data speeds in Canada have a particularly francophone flair.
In our State of Mobile Video Report, the Americas didn't compare that favorably with Europe in mobile video quality, but one country did stand out in the New World.
OpenSignal recently published its first State of Mobile Video report, which analyzed how consumers experienced video over mobile networks in 69 countries around the world.
In our last Canada report, Telus ran the table in our metrics, winning or tying for the lead in every single category.