A lot has changed in this Opensignal report on the mobile network experience in Malaysia. Unifi now shares the largest award tally, alongside Digi, and U Mobile users now enjoy the fastest overall speeds in Malaysia.
In this Opensignal’s fifth Global Awards report, we analyse the difference in the overall experience seen by our users on different operators across the globe.
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How Malaysian operators can leverage their local strengths in mobile experience to improve their user shares
In this new analysis, Opensignal analytics demonstrates there is a strong correlation between the quality of users’ mobile experience and East, South and Southeast operators’ market shares. However, there are differences between operators’ local market share and their national position.
In an industry first, Opensignal examines the Live Video Experience of mobile users across more than 100 global markets.
In the fourth 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. We have added two more measures of the mobile experience: Excellent Consistent Quality and Core Consistent Quality.
Opensignal has analyzed the 5G experience in Malaysia and compared it to the 4G experience. Our results show that 5G boosts Video Experience by 66.7% over 4G, users’ average download speeds are 16.8 times faster with 5G, and there are boosts to Games Experience and upload speeds too.
In this analysis, Opensignal has compared the mobile experience of users across ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) markets with a population of 30 million or higher (excluding Myanmar).
In our latest look at the mobile network experience in Malaysia, we saw mixed fortunes, with each of the six operators winning at least one award category outright.
Satellite connectivity is coming to smartphones, Apple is adding Emergency SoS using satellites to the iPhone 14 range. Now, Opensignal has analyzed over 100 global markets to understand the extent of the cellular “no signal” problem that mobile users face.