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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

Mobile networks in the Philippines are more resilient in urban areas than in rural during the crisis

By Hardik Khatri, May 2020

As operators in the Philippines reported a dramatic surge in data consumption, we found that the quality of the video streaming experience over 4G connections was resilient. 

Blog Entry | No | Philippines | | Hardik Khatri

Italy, May 2020, Mobile Network Experience

By Francesco Rizzato, May 2020

As the old saying goes, unity is strength: the newly merged WindTre won 2 awards and secured two additional draws out of a total of 7 national awards, while both of the former Wind and 3 Italia used to lag behind TIM and Vodafone in our previous reports.

Report Page | No | Italy | | Francesco Rizzato