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Iraq, January 2022, Mobile Network Experience

By Sam Fenwick, January 2022

Asiacell wins both the Upload and Download Speed Experience awards.

Report Page | No | Iraq | | Sam Fenwick

Oman, January 2022, Mobile Network Experience

By Sam Fenwick, January 2022

Omani users had the best experience when playing multiplayer mobile games on Ooredoo’s network.

Report Page | No | Oman | | Sam Fenwick

Amid rising competition, Indonesian mobile operators need to focus on retaining their high-value users

By Francesco Rizzato, December 2021

In this report, we have analyzed our users’ mobile data consumption to understand if the users who are looking for a new service provider are high or low-value users for mobile operators. We found that approximately one third of mobile users that switched operators were higher value users that operators should be seeking to retain.

Blog Entry | No | Indonesia | | Francesco Rizzato

Norway, December 2021, 5G Experience

By Francesco Rizzato, December 2021

In our first look at the 5G experience in Norway, we found a mobile network experience landscape characterized by extreme competition, with many of our awards resulting in a tie. However, Telia wins the 5G Games Experience award and is the sole operator achieving an Excellent rating.

Report Page | No | Norway | | Francesco Rizzato

Finland, December 2021, 5G Experience

By Francesco Rizzato, December 2021

In our first look at the 5G experience in Finland, we found that our Finnish users enjoyed 5G download speed in excess of 200 Mbps on all three operators, but DNA wins the 5G Games Experience award and is the sole operator to achieve a Good rating.

Report Page | No | Finland | | Francesco Rizzato

Spectrum scarcity hampers mobile network experience in Sri Lanka

By Robert Wyrzykowski, December 2021

In our new analysis, Opensignal has observed that our smartphone users in Sri Lanka connected to 4G networks using a limited amount of mobile spectrum — which impacted the average 4G download speeds our users experienced. Some operators like Dialog or Airtel have been refarming the 2100 MHz band used for 3G to dedicate more spectrum assets to 4G connectivity.

Blog Entry | No | Srilanka | | Robert Wyrzykowski