Telcel continues to win on Voice App Experience, but scores fall across the board; AT&T nibbles away at Telcel’s lead on Upload Speed Experience.
Opensignal quantified our smartphone users’ average mobile data consumption and compared it against our users’ average Download Speed Experience across a number of countries since the early months of the year. Our data shows that short-term variations in average mobile data consumption during the COVID-19 pandemic correlated with variations in our users’ average Download Speed Experience across multiple countries
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Opensignal’s latest report on the 5G opportunity highlighted how smartphone users often experience wide fluctuations in 4G Download Speed throughout the day, and that speeds at the quietest hour can be several times faster than at the busiest hours.
In the six months since our last report, AT&T's average 4G download speed fell from 21.7 Mbps to 15.2 Mbps in our measurements, a drop of 30%.
OpenSignal recently published its first State of Mobile Video report, which analyzed how consumers experienced video over mobile networks in 69 countries around the world.
Summer may be nearly over, which means Mexico's biggest national holiday is less than a month away.
Imagine this: You're watching the final game of the Apertura between Chivas and Club América on your smartphone, and just as América's star striker receives the ball in front of goal -- with no one but the goalkeeper in between -- the video suddenly stops.
AT&T continues its remarkable growth in Mexico, winning Opensignal's top prize for 4G availability in the country, although our measurements show the operator's 4G speeds actually fell in the six months since our last State of Mobile Networks report.