For the very first time Opensignal is providing a comprehensive comparison of mobile network experience globally at the operator-level across five key measures of mobile network experience.
Across these 15 countries analyzed, users see 5G download speeds that are 5 to 6 times faster than 4G. In every country 5G is much faster than 4G.
The U.S. is one of the leading 5G markets globally with users on different U.S. operators enjoying extremely fast 5G speeds or sizable amounts of time connected to 5G technology.
Opensignal’s latest analysis demonstrates that 5G greatly improves the real-world speeds that users experience. And, even more significantly, 5G offers faster average download speeds than Wifi in seven out of eight leading 5G countries.
Filter Insights based on date, author or topic.
The mobile network experience across five regions in the Philippines has greatly improved since Q4 2018
Opensignal has investigated the mobile network experience of its users across five regions (Mindanao, the National Capital Region — NCR, North & Central Luzon, South Luzon and the Visayas).
In this report, STC won all our mobile experience awards except for Games Experience, which remained in Mobily’s hands.
先日弊社が発表した 日本モバイル・ネットワーク・エクスペリエンス報告書 で、 楽天はアップロード速度エクスペリエンス・アワードを受賞しました。これは新規ネットワーク、特に楽天の自社ネットワークが未だ利用可能ではない地域のユーザーに対して国内のローミング・パートナーであるKDDIにサービスを依存しているネットワークとしては、快挙です。
We see a much better mobile experience when Rakuten users are connected to its own radio network. The average Upload Speed Experience is two and a half times faster on-net than when roaming. We analyze how Rakuten's 'on-net' mobile network experience varies across cities in Japan and what it means for the future.
Opensignal has analyzed our 5G smartphone users' average mobile data consumption in six leading 5G countries and found that in the month of September 2020, on average, they consumed up to 2.7 times more mobile data compared to 4G users.
Telstra impresses at the city level, scooping up almost half of the available awards and being the only operator to win awards outright.