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Argentina, June 2020, Mobile Network Experience

By Sam Fenwick, June 2020

Claro took home awards for two out of our three metrics which assess our users’ subjective mobile experience — Games Experience and Voice App Experience — while Personal has pushed past the 90% mark for 4G Availability.

Report Page | No | Argentina | | Sam Fenwick

Turkey, June 2020, Mobile Network Experience

By Hardik Khatri, June 2020

While the country is making strides to embark on the 5G journey, Opensignal used real-world data to compare the experience of our users on Turkey’s three national operators across our six key award metrics. The existing networks play a key role now and will be an essential foundation for the smooth transition to next generation 5G networks.

Report Page | No | Turkey | | Hardik Khatri

West Papua’s Kota Sorong enjoys the best quality of mobile video streaming in Indonesia

By Hardik Khatri, June 2020

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?

Blog Entry | No | Indonesia | | Hardik Khatri

Switzerland, May 2020, Mobile Network Experience

By Hardik Khatri, May 2020

A quick look at our latest awards table and it's very clear that one operator is dominating the mobile network experience in Switzerland.

Report Page | No | Switzerland | | Hardik Khatri

Russia, May 2020, Mobile Network Experience

By Sam Fenwick, May 2020

Our MegaFon users observed an average download speed of 19.7 Mbps, a remarkable 6.5 Mbps faster than the speeds seen by their MTS and Beeline counterparts and 7.8 Mbps faster than the average speeds enjoyed by users on Tele2’s network.

Report Page | No | Russia | | Sam Fenwick

The state of rural Canada’s Mobile Network Experience – May 2020

By Sue Marek, May 2020

Rural users in Canada on the networks of Telus, Bell Mobility and Rogers have download speeds that surpass those experienced by users in most countries around the globe.

Blog Entry | No | Canada | | Sue Marek