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Laporan dan analisis Opensignal adalah panduan definitif untuk memahami pengalaman sebenarnya yang diterima oleh pelanggan di jaringan nirkabel.
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Mobile network speeds leaped ahead in 2023, but some markets lag behind

By Andrey Popov, January 2024

Here we review the progression of mobile network user experience that took place over 2023. By examining the Download Speed Experience during the year-end three-month periods of both 2022 and 2023, we have identified a clear positive trend in network performance across the regions of Europe, the Middle East and Northern Africa, and the Asia Pacific, which have exacerbated the experience gap seen between markets that existed before.

Indonesia, Desember 2023, Pengalaman Jaringan Seluler

By Hardik Khatri, December 2023

Dalam analisis terbaru Opensignal mengenai pengalaman jaringan seluler di Indonesia, pengalaman video on-demand dan live terbaik ada di Telkomsel dan Indosat IOH tidak terkalahkan dalam Kualitas Konsisten.

Indonesia, December 2023, Mobile Network Experience

By Hardik Khatri, December 2023

In Opensignal's latest analysis of the mobile network experience in Indonesia, the best on-demand and live video streaming experience is with Telkomsel and IOH’s Indosat is unbeaten in Consistent Quality.

Indonesia, Fixed Broadband Experience, December 2023

By Andrey Popov, Hardik Khatri, December 2023

Opensignal has analyzed real-world broadband network experience from our users in Indonesia, across Java and across 10 cities – Jakarta, Surabaya, Kota Bandung, Semarang, Kota Bekasi, Tangerang Selatan, Depok, Malang, Medan and Kota Tangerang.

Indonesia, Pengalaman Fixed Broadband, Desember 2023

By Andrey Popov, Hardik Khatri, December 2023

Opensignal telah menganalisis pengalaman nyata jaringan broadband dari pengguna kami di Indonesia, di seluruh Jawa dan 10 kota — Jakarta, Surabaya, Kota Bandung, Semarang, Kota Bekasi, Tangerang Selatan, Depok, Malang, Medan, dan Kota Tangerang.

Indonesia lags behind in 5G Download Speed and 5G Availability among South-East Asian markets

By Hardik Khatri, November 2023

Opensignal’s latest analysis of the South-East Asian mobile landscape highlights Indonesia’s relatively slow progress in 5G when compared to its regional counterparts — Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore.

In some Southeast Asian markets, more than one in five of smartphone users connect to the Internet only on mobile networks

By Robert Wyrzykowski, November 2023

In the latest regional benchmark analysis Opensignal looks at the proportions of smartphone users in ten Southeast Asian markets, who rarely or never connect to Wi-Fi services. The analysis shows a diverse picture between Southeast Asian markets.