In this report, we have analyzed Indonesia’s mobile network experience on five national networks — Indosat, XL, Smartfren, Telkomsel and 3 — over 90 days, starting on August 1, 2020, both nationally and in 28 of the country’s largest cities.
To help understand the potential for a merged company, Opensignal has estimated what our Indosat and 3 users’ combined mobile experience would have looked like if they had been a single operator, looking at the same time period as we analyzed in our last mobile experience report for Indonesia.
When Opensignal compares countries on mobile network experience — for example in our State of Mobile Network Experience report or recently in our new mobile Games Experience report, the same countries are often in the lower ranks and similarly a group of wealthier countries such as Singapore, Japan, or the Netherlands routinely come top.
Dalam postingan blog ini, kami menyelami inti terdalam dari Opensignal: menjelaskan metrik yang kami gunakan, apa artinya semua itu, dan apa perannya dalam mengukur pengalaman jaringan seluler di dunia nyata seperti yang dilihat pengguna.
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Dengan konektivitas internet kecepatan tinggi dan jaringan seluler yang terus meningkat di berbagai tempat yang menjadi landasan kuat ekonomi digital negara, kami melihat bagaimana kinerja operator seluler — pemeran penting dari ekosistem digital yang terus berkembang ini — dalam penilaian kami terkait pengalaman jaringan seluler pengguna.
With high speed internet connectivity and increasingly ubiquitous mobile networks being the cornerstone of the country’s robust digital economy, we take a look at how the mobile operators — the key players of this growing digital ecosystem — fare on our measures of users’ mobile network experience.
Indonesia is the largest mobile games market in Southeast Asia — both by players and by revenue. But how good or bad is the gaming experience on Indonesian mobile networks?
Video streaming on both global and local platforms has been expanding across the country. But how good is the video streaming experience on Indonesian mobile networks?
With high speed internet connectivity being the cornerstone of a robust digital economy, we take another look at the download and upload speeds observed in Indonesia’s 44 biggest cities to understand the current growth, which should also act as a good yardstick by which to measure future progress.
We found a strong correlation between mobile Download Speed Experience and the GDP per capita of countries across southeast and south Asia. Our approach revealed a completely different landscape compared with looking at Download Speed Experience, Games Experience or other measures of mobile network experience in isolation.