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5G hints from Thailand’s 2600 MHz spectrum usage

Posted on August 10, 2020

Opensignal analyzed the spectrum position of Thailand’s three national operators — DTAC, AIS and TrueMove H — before and after the auction of the 5G spectrum to understand how the deployment of this...

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Download speed by spectrum band in Thailand

Canada, Provinces, Mobile Network Experience, July 2020

Posted on July 29, 2020

Ahead of Opensignal's upcoming report into Canadians' national mobile network experience, for the first time we are publishing an analysis of how the mobile experience varies across Canada's major...

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Assessing Singapore’s mobile network experience on the eve of 5G

Posted on July 28, 2020

Singapore’s mobile market will soon witness the arrival of 5G, as both Singtel and JVCO (the consortium formed by StarHub and M1) have completed the necessary regulatory processes and the regulator...

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Download Speed Experience — On the Eve of 5G

Indian users in cities saw mobile speeds rise quickly post-COVID-19 lockdown

Posted on July 22, 2020

As India adapts to the new normal that includes social distancing, quarantines, and lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, access to the internet has become critical. With users now spending more...

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Mobile networks' speeds faster in the Alps than in southern provinces of Italy

Posted on July 10, 2020

Italy is internationally famous for its historical cities, generous sunshine and extensive seaside, but the country also holds two of the longest mountain ranges in Europe — the Alps and the...

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Indonesia’s top cities on mobile games experience — Palangka Raya, Pekanbaru and Banda Aceh

Posted on June 25, 2020

Indonesia is the largest mobile games market in Southeast Asia — both by players and by revenue. Mobile gaming's low-cost barriers and on-the-go convenience, driven by increasing affordability of...

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5G hints from Thailand’s 2600 MHz spectrum usage

Posted: Aug 10, 2020

Opensignal analyzed the spectrum position of Thailand’s three national operators — DTAC, AIS and TrueMove H — before and after the auction of the 5G spectrum to understand how the deployment of this new spectrum will affect mobile network experience in the country, as spectrum greatly influences the quality of mobile network experience.

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Posted: Jul 30, 2020

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Canada, Provinces, Mobile Network Experience, July 2020

Posted: Jul 29, 2020

Ahead of Opensignal's upcoming report into Canadians' national mobile network experience, for the first time we are publishing an analysis of how the mobile experience varies across Canada's major provinces. Our results highlight how our users' experience on Canada's three national carriers – Bell, Rogers and Telus – compares with regional players which operate in some provinces, but not others, such as Quebec's Videotron or Freedom Mobile.

Indian users in cities saw mobile speeds rise quickly post-COVID-19 lockdown

Posted: Jul 22, 2020

As India adapts to the new normal that includes social distancing, quarantines, and lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, access to the internet has become critical. With users now spending more time connected to the internet for a wide range of day-to-day activities — including working from home, virtual classes, and entertainment — it has become crucial for mobile network operators to provide users with quality services.

Why Rakuten’s mobile experience is set to challenge Japan and the world

Posted: Jun 23, 2020

Rakuten is a new challenger operator in Japan that launched on April 8, competing with NTT DoCoMo, KDDI’s au and SoftBank. Rakuten has started with aggressive launch pricing, including its Un-Limit plan which offers unlimited data when customers use its own radio network, but a cap of 5GB when roaming in areas where Rakuten has not yet built out its own network and is relying for now on KDDI. 

なぜ楽天のモバイル・エクスペリエンスが日本又は世界への課題となり得るのか

Posted: Jun 23, 2020

楽天は日本における新たなチャレンジャーとして、NTTドコモやKDDIのau、ソフトバンクの競合として、4月8日にその事業を開始させた。楽天は挑戦的な価格帯を設定している。そこには顧客が自社の無線ネットワークを使用する場合には、無制限データを提供するという「無制限プラン」も含まれている。楽天がまだ自社のネットワークを構築できておらず、KDDIのネットワークに依存しているような地域でのローミングにおいては5GBの上限を設けるものである。 

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