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.
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 new international 5G benchmark we see significant changes among the global leaders.
In our second look at the 5G experience in Germany we see O2 maintaining a winning edge in 5G Download Speed with our users having clocked the fastest average 5G download speeds once again, this time with a score of 143.9 Mbps. However, Telekom holds on to the other six 5G awards.
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In this new analysis, Opensignal has broken down the 5G experience of German users by the rural and urban parts of each state and explored the differences in users' 5G Availability, 5G Reach and 5G Download Speed.
In this new analysis, Opensignal looked at our users’ 5G mobile network experience in DACH markets — Austria, Germany and Switzerland — across eight metrics. We observed a substantial 4G to 5G uplift across all three markets in the speed and experiential metrics. Opensignal data shows that our users in DACH markets observed a significant boost to their mobile network experience when they connected to 5G than to 4G networks.
In this latest definitive analysis of 5G worldwide leaders, there are many new entrants in the top 15 markets across different measures of 5G mobile network experience compared with the last 5G benchmark.
Die Telekom siegt in allen fünf Kategorien im Bereich 5G-Erlebnis. Vodafone triumphiert beim „Gaming-Erlebnis“ und der „Sprachqualität in Apps“, während es sich den Sieg beim „Video-Erlebnis“ mit der Telekom teilt
In Opensignal's latest Germany Mobile Network Experience report we analyze both the 5G experience and the overall experience together for the first time in one report. Also, we add two new awards that quantify the consistency of the experience on each of Germany's three national operators.
In our new analysis, Opensignal has observed that our smartphone users in Switzerland experienced worse signal strength when connected to 5G networks than users in neighboring countries — Germany, France and Italy. Also, we found a link between the quality of mobile signal strength and average 5G download speeds: the worse the signal strength, the slower the speeds.
Opensignal analyzed our users’ mobile experience on Germany’s motorways and compared that against the average scores seen in the country. We found that 5G provided a significant boost to the mobile experience of our users on the motorways, and that experience was generally better there compared to the country average.