Opensignal measured country scores for 19 countries and territories in our first Group Video Calling Experience analysis in North America and Latin America. Our users across the Americas experience the best quality of group video calling over mobile networks in Argentina and Uruguay
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In our last report, we saw Movistar starting to assert its dominance, but in six months the dynamics in the Colombian mobile network market have changed. Claro bagged four of our national awards, Tigo won our inaugural Voice App Experience award, and Movistar held on to our Video and Latency Experience awards. But far from stagnating, we've seen some very impressive increases in scores across the board, and with MinTIC auctioning the 700MHz, and 2500 MHz bands to upgrade mobile networks from 2G and 3G to 4G technology, and we expect to see further improvements in our upcoming reports.
In one year mobile Video Experience has significantly improved in 59% of 100 countries analyzed. But the U.S. is lagging behind on mobile video as carriers face a spectrum crunch. Uniquely, Opensignal tests mobile video streaming at scale and does not estimate video experience based on speed tests or other indirect measurements.
Voice apps offer flexibility across a number of devices and networks, and have soared in popularity as smartphones become more and more ubiquitous.But what's the mobile user experience like on these voice apps on today's mobile networks?
The South American continent contains some of the largest cities in the world, and these metros are located in some very distinct locations.
Movistar increased its Video Experience score by nearly 5 points (out of 100) to win our award, following a three-way draw in this metric six months ago.
In the 103-year history of the Copa América, no team outside of CONMEBOL has won South America's most prestigious national football tournament, despite the fact that squads from other federations have been participating in the competition since the 1990s.