Opensignal Insights

News and views on real-world mobile experience from our independent team of analysts and experts

Parts of rural Germany see less than 50% 4G Availability

Posted on July 17, 2019 by Francesco Rizzato

In our recent analysis, we found that the average 4G Availability in rural Germany was 73.5% experienced by our users, compared with 82.2% in urban areas. In this follow-up insight, we analyzed the...

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Germany rural districts 4G Availability

Hyderabad is India's top student city for Time on Wifi

Posted on July 17, 2019 by Peter Boyland

The month of July sees millions of students heading to India's universities to continue their education, spread their wings and meet new friends. The proliferation of cheap mobile data plans in...

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TPG launches disruptive mobile service in Singapore but lags on mobile experience

Posted on July 11, 2019 by Ian Fogg

Mobile competition is heating up in Singapore because of new entrant TPG aiming to compete with established leaders M1, Singtel and Starhub, which we analyzed in our recent Singapore report. What is...

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South Africa leads the continent in mobile network experience

Posted on July 9, 2019 by Peter Boyland

Opensignal's recent State of Mobile Network Experience report ranked 87 of the world's mobile nations across our key metrics, with the usual suspects – Canada, Denmark, Netherlands, Norway, Singapore...

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5G boosts the maximum real-world download speed by up to 2.7 times 4G users’ top speeds

Posted on July 8, 2019 by Ian Fogg

In Opensignal’s latest analysis of 5G, we've looked at the maximum real-world speeds seen in eight countries which have launched 5G services. The maximum download speeds smartphone users see are much...

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Smartphone users in Melbourne and Sydney experience 4G Download Speeds 15 Mbps slower during busy times

Posted on July 5, 2019 by Hardik Khatri

Opensignal analyzed 4G Download Speeds experienced by our users in Australia’s two most populous cities — Melbourne and Sydney. We noticed a consistent trend in both cities: our users on all three of...

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