5G is still near the beginning of its decade-long era.
In only Opensignal's second multiplayer mobile gaming experience award in the U.S., Verizon closes the gap with previous winner T-Mobile.
As the year in which everything changed has ended, Opensignal predicts the ongoing impact on the mobile world in 2021 and beyond.
Opensignal has used an innovative approach to analyze group video calling across 75 countries starting from real-world measures of our users' voice and video experience. 5G made a significant difference to this measure and we have also assessed how it varies across the hours of the day.
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It’s clear from the many different potential ways to measure users’ experience and mobile networks that there is no single correct way to measure the extent of a mobile network. Opensignal’s two different measures — 5G Availability and 5G Reach — represent the network experience of users.
In our latest look at the mobile network experience in Sri Lanka, Mobitel continues to hold the lion’s share of our awards.
Opensignal has analyzed the mobile experience of smartphone users who changed mobile network operators in Germany. We found that our users who changed their mobile service provider on average had a worse mobile experience before they switched compared to the typical experience on their original network.
Indian smartphone users on the three leading telecom networks, who changed their mobile service provider, had a worse experience before they switched compared to the typical mobile experience on their original network. Additionally, Vi lost subscribers to churn compared to its rivals — Airtel and Jio — who gained new subscribers. By the end of 2020, Airtel had gained the highest proportion of users in 2020.
Our Vodafone users observed the fastest average download and upload speeds and the operator has come top for mobile multiplayer gaming,