The 5G mobile experience continues to change as more smartphone users embrace 5G and operators expand their 5G networks. South Korea and Taiwan are vying for the leading 5G experience but there is lot of movement across the APAC region.
Opensignal measured country scores for 19 countries and territories in our first Group Video Calling Experience analysis in North America and Latin America. Our users across the Americas experience the best quality of group video calling over mobile networks in Argentina and Uruguay
Download speeds have risen by 5.8-9.5 Mbps and all three operators have moved up a category for both Voice App Experience and Games Experience.
Last year, to celebrate Opensignal’s 10th anniversary, we ranked the world's operators using our leading measures of the real-world mobile network experience. It was so well received that we’ve chosen to publish the awards again.
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Our latest look at Costa Rica reveals that one operator — Claro — is emerging as a leading operator for mobile network experience.
Nuestro último vistazo sobre Costa Rica revela que un operador, Claro, está emergiendo como el operador líder en experiencia de redes móviles.
Mobile users are all too familiar with the situation of having a good mobile signal but with a connection that is not good enough to stream video reliably, browse the web, share photos, or do whatever else with their phone. In Opensignal’s new analysis we quantify the level of experience which mobile users are able to rely upon across 20 international markets.
Telenor is the winner of our Video Experience award with a score of 80.1 (on a scale of 0-100), while ICE and Telia scored 78.5 and 77.3 points, respectively.
Telia is the winner of our Video Experience award with a score of 77.7 (on a scale of 0-100), while Elisa and DNA shared the second place with statistically tied scores of 76.4 and 76.3 points, respectively.
In this analysis, we explore the three reasons why many Filipino smartphone users have never connected to 4G. Addressing these would allow operators to switch-off their 3G networks earlier and reallocate the freed up spectrum to their 4G and 5G networks, which would improve the mobile experience.