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Latin American cities’ 4G Download Speeds vary significantly round-the-clock

By Hardik Khatri, May 2019

Opensignal has analyzed 4G Download Speeds experienced by our users on smartphones across six of the largest cities in Latin America: Bogotá, Buenos Aires, Lima, Mexico City, Santiago, and São Paulo.

Mexico, April 2019, Mobile Network Experience

By Kevin Fitchard, April 2019

Telcel led in our new Video Experience metric with a score of 60.3 out of 100.

Mexico's 3 biggest cities buck the trend of urban 4G inconsistency

By Francesco Rizzato, March 2019

Opensignal&rsquo;s latest report on the&nbsp;<a href="">5G opportunity</a> 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.

Mexico, November 2018, State of Mobile Networks

By Kevin Fitchard, November 2018

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%.

Canada and Bolivia lead the Americas in our video experience analysis

By Kevin Fitchard, October 2018

OpenSignal recently published its <a href="/reports/2018/09/state-of-mobile-video">first State of Mobile Video report</a>, which analyzed how consumers experienced video over mobile networks in 69 countries around the world.

Where to vacation in Mexico for a good 4G experience

By Kevin Fitchard, August 2018

<span style="font-weight: 400;">Summer may be nearly over, which means Mexico&#39;s biggest national holiday is less than a month away.

The mobile video experience in Mexico is good one - as long as you have a 4G connection

By Kevin Fitchard, April 2018

<span style="font-weight: 400;">Imagine this: You&#39;re watching the final game of the </span><a href=""><span style="font-weight: 400;">Apertura</span></a><span style="font-weight: 400;"> between </span><a href=""><span style="font-weight: 400;">Chivas</span></a><span style="font-weight: 400;"> and </span><a href=""><span style="font-weight: 400;">Club América</span></a><span style="font-weight: 400;"> on your smartphone, and just as América&#39;s star striker receives the ball in front of goal -- with no one but the goalkeeper in between -- the video suddenly stops.