USA

Mobile Network Experience Report
January 2020

Opensignal Active Userbase in USA
Total Devices
1,677,985
Total Measurements
5,347,414,718
Data Collection Period
Sep 16 Dec 14, 2019

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Author
Sue Marek Insights Analyst

Key findings

Verizon is the winner in Video Experience but Sprint shows improvement

What a difference a year makes. In our January 2019 report, no U.S. operator scored better than a Fair rating in Opensignal’s Video Experience analysis. One year later and Verizon and Sprint have managed to move into a Good category. While Verizon still dominates in Video Experience with a 58.8 score on a scale of 1-100, Sprint deserves to be recognized for its 16.8% jump from a Fair ranking of 47.5 in the July 2019 report to a Good ranking and a score of 55.5 points just six months later. Perhaps one reason for Sprint’s surge was its deployment of small cells and massive multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) sites. In August Sprint said it had deployed 32,000 small cells and around 3,000 massive MIMO sites to improve its LTE coverage.

AT&T becomes Download Speed Experience leader

Opensignal predicted AT&T might take pole position in our July 2019 USA Mobile Network Experience report because we had been tracking AT&T’s rapid rise in download speed scores and technology investments. In the six months since Opensignal published that report, our users on AT&T’s network saw their download speeds increase 22% from 22.5 Mbps to 27.5 Mbps, making it the winner of the Download Speed Experience award. When we separate out AT&T users’ 4G Download Speeds from users’ 3G Download Speeds we see even more dramatic numbers. In 4G alone, AT&T clocks in with a Download Speed Experience of 29.1 Mbps, which is 10.6% faster than its next competitor, T-Mobile, which records a Download Speed Experience of 26.3 Mbps. AT&T has been touting its LTE Advanced Pro network upgrades that it calls 5G Evolution and incorporates technologies such as advanced carrier aggregation and 4x4 MIMO, which helps explain the improved experience.

AT&T and T-Mobile tie in first-ever U.S. Voice App Experience Award

In Opensignal’s first-ever assessment of the Voice App Experience in the U.S., it was a statistical tie between T-Mobile and AT&T. T-Mobile had a score of 79.4 and AT&T had a score of 79.3. On a scale of 1-100, this puts both operators in the Acceptable category, which means they provide a satisfactory experience for Opensignal users when it comes to the quality of voice calls over communications apps such as WhatsApp, Skype or Facebook Messenger. Verizon and Sprint also scored above 75, which means all four U.S. operators are well within the Acceptable category.

T-Mobile keeps its Upload Speed Experience crown

T-Mobile once again won Opensignal’s Upload Speed Experience award with a score of 8.6 Mbps. This is an 18% increase since our last report when our users on T-Mobile had an Upload Speed score of 7.3 Mbps. This jump in upload speeds is creating a bigger distance between T-Mobile and Verizon, which has been its primary competitor in this category. Verizon came in second with 7.9 Mbps, which is a 14% increase over the 6.9 Mbps our users experienced in our July 2019 report.

Verizon scores a victory in 4G Availability Award

Verizon has been dueling with T-Mobile over the 4G Availability award for the past year but in this report Verizon was victorious scoring a 95.9% rating, which is just slightly ahead of T-Mobile’s score of 95.4%. However, it is important to note that even a small increase in an operator’s 4G Availability score will equate to significant user impact because the additional hours connected every month from just a 1% increase will tend to be when away from their home or work place, moving between locations. In addition, for the first time all four U.S. operators scored above 90% in the 4G Availability category, which measures the average proportion of time Opensignal users spend with a 4G connection on each operator’s network. Verizon also won Opensignal’s 4G Coverage Experience Award with a score of 9.7 on a sale of 0-10. This metric measures how mobile subscribers experience 4G coverage on an operator’s network. The operator is 0.4 points ahead of its nearest competitor, AT&T, which had a score of 9.3. Higher numbers such as Verizon’s 9.7 score out of 10 mean that there are more places that the average Verizon user would have 4G coverage than a user on a competitive operator’s network.

Introduction

5G deployments are happening across the nation as all four U.S. operators race to claim 5G leadership. At year-end 2019 Verizon tallied 31 live 5G markets across the U.S. while AT&T claimed to have 5G live in 35 cities. T-Mobile meanwhile launched its nationwide 5G network, which aims to cover more than 200 million people. Sprint said it has deployed 5G in nine markets.

While 5G may be the focus for U.S. operators, 4G continues to play a vital role because that’s the network that handles the vast majority of their traffic and the one that most of their customers are using. In fact, Opensignal found that just 1% of speed tests conducted by 5G users in the U.S. actually use an active 5G connection. In addition, according to Ericsson's 2019 Mobility Report, North America’s LTE penetration rate is the highest in the world accounting for 91% of all mobile subscriptions in the region.

In this report, we've analyzed the mobile network experience of our users for the United States’ four nationwide operators, Verizon, Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile, over a 90-day period starting September 16 and ending December 14. Along with our national analysis, we've also examined the operators’ network experience in 100 key cities.

Since our last USA Mobile Experience report in July, Opensignal has observed big increases in download and upload speeds across all four operators. But our AT&T and Sprint users saw the biggest gains in Download Speed Experience, and those using T-Mobile and AT&T the biggest gains in Upload Speed Experience.

Video Experience in the U.S. also continues to improve, which is critical because video content over wireless networks continues to surge. Ericsson's Mobility Report estimates that video accounted for 60% of traffic on mobile networks in 2019 and will grow to make up 75% of traffic on mobile networks by 2025.

Not surprisingly, we are not seeing dramatic increases in 4G Availability in the U.S. But that's to be expected given the existing strength of 4G networks in the U.S. and the fact that operators are focusing on their 5G rollouts. Of course, 4G networks will continue to play a key role in the U.S. for the foreseeable future because the vast majority of U.S. users are connected to 4G networks. In addition, U.S. operators are increasingly encouraging their remaining 3G users to migrate to 4G networks so that they can switch off old 3G networks to repurpose those bands for 5G.

Opensignal Awards Table

Mobile Experience Awards, USA
January 2020, USA Report
Video Experience
Voice App Experience
Download Speed Experience
Upload Speed Experience
Latency Experience
4G Availability
4G Coverage Experience
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Mobile Experience Awards Winners
January 2020, USA
Video Experience
Download Speed Experience
Upload Speed Experience
Latency Experience
4G Availability
4G Coverage Experience
Mobile Experience Awards Draws
January 2020, USA
Voice App Experience
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Overview

Click on metric labels below for a quick preview
Video Experience
in 0-100 points
Verizon
58.8
T-Mobile
54.7
AT&T
51.9
Sprint
55.5
Poor Fair Good Very Good Excellent
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
The brackets represent confidence intervals.
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National Analysis

Video Experience

In Opensignal’s recent State of Mobile Video Experience report, we found that U.S. mobile Video Experience lagged behind all of the G7 economically leading countries and remained in the Fair category. But now we have found that Verizon and Sprint have managed to move into the Good category.

Verizon dominates Video Experience in the U.S., winning it in our July 2019 report and again in our latest analysis. The operator achieved a 58.8 score on a scale of 1-100. Video Experience is determined by factors such as speed, consistency of connections, overall network capacity and network latency. While most operators elect to throttle video traffic, or restrict video resolution, to stop the volume of video traffic damaging the experience of other services, Verizon seems to have struck a good balance with its users enjoying a Good Video Experience, while still seeing solid speeds and latency experiences.

Video Experience
in 0-100 points
Verizon
58.8
T-Mobile
54.7
AT&T
51.9
Sprint
55.5
Poor Fair Good Very Good Excellent
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
The brackets represent confidence intervals.
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Video Experience
Supporting Metrics
in 0-100 points
4G Video Experience
60.2 (± 0.12) 55.2 (± 0.13) 53.1 (± 0.12) 59.1 (± 0.23)
3G Video Experience
12.9 (± 0.75) 38.4 (± 1.14) 35.8 (± 0.68) 17.2 (± 1.03)
+/- numeric values represent confidence intervals.
Mobile Network Experience Report | January 2020 | © Opensignal Limited
4G Video Experience in 0-100 points
60 (± 0.12)
55 (± 0.13)
53 (± 0.12)
59 (± 0.23)
3G Video Experience in 0-100 points
13 (± 0.75)
38 (± 1.14)
36 (± 0.68)
17 (± 1.03)
Mobile Network Experience Report | January 2020 | © Opensignal Inc.

Sprint may not have yet won an Opensignal award but the operator deserves to be recognized for its 16.8% jump in Video Experience from a Fair ranking of 47.5 in the July 2019 report to a Good ranking and a score of 55.5 points just six months later. In August Sprint said it had deployed 32,000 small cells and 3,000 massive multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) sites to improve its 4G coverage.

Voice App Experience

The use of voice apps such as WhatsApp, Skype and Facebook Messenger is becoming more popular thanks to ubiquitous mobile broadband. These apps offer a new way for users to talk to each other and Opensignal is now measuring the quality of our users’ experience on these apps.

In Opensignal’s inaugural Voice App Experience analysis in the United States, all four nationwide operators scored well within the Acceptable range, meaning that Opensignal users were satisfied with their experience but that some users may experience call quality issues such as clicking sounds or distortion and the volume might not be sufficiently loud.

T-Mobile and AT&T were the leaders in this category and drew for the Opensignal Voice App Experience award. T-Mobile had a score of 79.4 and AT&T had a score of 79.3 on a 100-point scale. That puts them in the Acceptable range but bordering on Good. With a few network improvements we may see T-Mobile and AT&T move into the Good category by our next report.

Voice App Experience
in 0-100 points
Verizon
77.3
T-Mobile
79.4
AT&T
79.3
Sprint
75.6
Impossible to communicate Unintelligible Very Poor Poor Acceptable Good Very Good Excellent
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
The brackets represent confidence intervals.
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Voice App Experience
Supporting Metrics
in 0-100 points
4G Voice App Experience
77.9 (± 0.07) 79.7 (± 0.07) 80.2 (± 0.08) 77.0 (± 0.13)
3G Voice App Experience
57.6 (± 0.51) 70.4 (± 0.65) 66.8 (± 0.39) 60.6 (± 0.69)
+/- numeric values represent confidence intervals.
Mobile Network Experience Report | January 2020 | © Opensignal Limited
4G Voice App Experience in 0-100 points
78 (± 0.07)
80 (± 0.07)
80 (± 0.08)
77 (± 0.13)
3G Voice App Experience in 0-100 points
58 (± 0.51)
70 (± 0.65)
67 (± 0.39)
61 (± 0.69)
Mobile Network Experience Report | January 2020 | © Opensignal Inc.

Verizon and Sprint also scored in the Acceptable range. Verizon had a score of 77.3 on 100-point scale and Sprint had a score of 75.6.

Download Speed Experience

Proving that big changes are possible in six months, AT&T became the winner of Opensignal’s Download Speed Experience award. Our users on AT&T’s network saw their average download speeds increase a dramatic 22.2% from 22.5 Mbps to 27.5 Mbps. We predicted this might happen last July because we had been tracking AT&T’s rapid rise on scores and network technology investment for the past year.

When we separate out AT&T’s 4G Download Speeds from its 3G Download Speeds we see even more dramatic numbers. In 4G alone AT&T clocks in with an average download speed of 29.1 Mbps, which is 10.6% faster than its next competitor, T-Mobile, which holds an average download speed of 26.3 Mbps.

Download Speed Experience
in Mbps
Verizon
25.3
T-Mobile
25.8
AT&T
27.5
Sprint
23.9
0 7.5 15 22.5 30
The brackets represent confidence intervals.
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Download Speed Experience
Supporting Metrics
in Mbps
4G Download Speed
25.9 (± 0.09) 26.3 (± 0.12) 29.1 (± 0.13) 25.9 (± 0.20)
3G Download Speed
1.0 (± 0.02) 4.6 (± 0.09) 3.7 (± 0.05) 1.4 (± 0.03)
+/- numeric values represent confidence intervals.
Mobile Network Experience Report | January 2020 | © Opensignal Limited
4G Download Speed in Mbps
26 (± 0.09)
26 (± 0.12)
29 (± 0.13)
26 (± 0.20)
3G Download Speed in Mbps
1 (± 0.02)
5 (± 0.09)
4 (± 0.05)
1 (± 0.03)
Mobile Network Experience Report | January 2020 | © Opensignal Inc.

AT&T has been touting its network upgrades that it calls 5G Evolution (5G E), which incorporates technologies such as advanced carrier aggregation and 4x4 MIMO. However, AT&T’s 5G E network improvements should not be confused with the main mobile standards body, 3GPP, standardized 5G New Radio (NR) networks that are in the process of being deployed in the U.S. Instead AT&T’s 5G E, uses LTE Advanced Pro technologies, which the 3GPP, classifies as 4G. In 2019 Opensignal data showed AT&T users with 5G E-capable smartphones did receive a better experience than AT&T users with less capable smartphone models but these speeds were not on the scale promised by 5G.

Upload Speed Experience

T-Mobile was the winner in Opensignal’s Upload Speed Experience award with a score of 8.6 Mbps. This is an 17.8% increase since our last report when our users on T-Mobile had an average Upload Speed score of 7.3 Mbps. This jump in upload speeds is creating a bigger distance between T-Mobile and its rival Verizon. Verizon came in second with a score of 7.9 Mbps in average upload speed experienced by our users, which is a 14.5% increase over its 6.9 Mbps score in our July 2019 report.

Upload Speed Experience
in Mbps
Verizon
7.9
T-Mobile
8.6
AT&T
6.0
Sprint
2.7
0 2.5 5 7.5 10
The brackets represent confidence intervals.
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Upload Speed Experience
Supporting Metrics
in Mbps
4G Upload Speed
8.2 (± 0.04) 8.8 (± 0.04) 6.4 (± 0.04) 3.0 (± 0.02)
3G Upload Speed
0.3 (± 0.01) 1.1 (± 0.03) 0.6 (± 0.02) 0.4 (± 0.02)
+/- numeric values represent confidence intervals.
Mobile Network Experience Report | January 2020 | © Opensignal Limited
4G Upload Speed in Mbps
8 (± 0.04)
9 (± 0.04)
6 (± 0.04)
3 (± 0.02)
3G Upload Speed in Mbps
0 (± 0.01)
1 (± 0.03)
1 (± 0.02)
0 (± 0.02)
Mobile Network Experience Report | January 2020 | © Opensignal Inc.

AT&T, meanwhile, scored 6.0 Mbps in Upload Speed Experience, which is a 22.4% increase over its 4.9 Mbps score in our July 2019 report. If AT&T continues to make such big strides in users’ average upload speeds it could soon rival Verizon and T-Mobile and win the award. But Sprint still has a long way to climb with its score of 2.7 Mbps, which is a 12.5% increase from its score of 2.4 Mbps in our July 2019 report.

Latency Experience

AT&T regained its Latency Experience award after sharing the title with T-Mobile in our last report. Our AT&T users scored an average latency of 49.7ms, which is 2.8 points lower than its 52.5ms score in our July 2019 report. And it makes AT&T the first operator to fall below the 50ms latency threshold. T-Mobile came in a close second with a score of 50.4ms. Sprint hit 55ms, which is a 4.8ms improvement from its previous score of 59.8. Verizon is now the operator with the highest average latency score of 56.4, which is only a slight improvement over the 56.8ms experienced by Opensignal users in our July 2019 report.

Latency Experience
in ms The lower the figure the better the latency
Verizon
56.4
T-Mobile
50.4
AT&T
49.7
Sprint
55.0
0 15 30 45 60
The brackets represent confidence intervals.
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Latency Experience
Supporting Metrics
in ms
4G Latency
54.0 (± 0.08) 49.7 (± 0.08) 47.2 (± 0.09) 51.2 (± 0.16)
3G Latency
127.1 (± 1.40) 74.2 (± 0.93) 83.6 (± 0.63) 95.0 (± 1.40)
+/- numeric values represent confidence intervals.
Mobile Network Experience Report | January 2020 | © Opensignal Limited
4G Latency in ms
54 (± 0.08)
50 (± 0.08)
47 (± 0.09)
51 (± 0.16)
3G Latency in ms
127 (± 1.40)
74 (± 0.93)
84 (± 0.63)
95 (± 1.40)
Mobile Network Experience Report | January 2020 | © Opensignal Inc.

AT&T also won the most city-level Latency Experience awards of any U.S. operator with 54 first place awards and 23 shared awards. Interestingly, in certain key AT&T markets such as Atlanta, Georgia and Dallas, Texas (home to AT&T’s headquarters), Opensignal users recorded average latency scores in the mid-30ms range, which is considerably faster than the 49.7ms seen nationally. Although Verizon users had the slowest average latency overall, the company did score a few wins in key cities such as Cincinnati, Ohio and Washington, D.C., where Opensignal users clocked speeds in the low-to-mid-40ms range.

Latency will likely play an even bigger role as operators deploy their 5G networks. With 5G the expectation is that networks will have a latency of less than 10ms.

4G Availability

For the first time, all four U.S. operators scored above 90% in the 4G Availability category, which measures the average proportion of time Opensignal users spend with a 4G connection on each operator’s network.

Verizon and T-Mobile, which have been dueling over the 4G Availability award for the past few Opensignal reports, both managed to move over the highly coveted 95% mark. Verizon, however, was victorious with a slight lead over T-Mobile. Verizon scored a 95.9% rating, which is just 0.5% ahead of T-Mobile’s 95.4% score. AT&T meanwhile logged a score of 92.9%, while Sprint came in fourth with 92.5%.

4G Availability
% of time
Verizon
95.9
T-Mobile
95.4
AT&T
92.9
Sprint
92.5
0 25 50 75 100
The brackets represent confidence intervals.
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Although U.S. operators are turning their focus to their 5G network deployments, we did see some improvement in 4G Availability, particularly from Sprint. Verizon, in the No. 1 slot, increased its 4G Availability by 1.1 percentage points from its July 2019 score for a score of 95.9%. T-Mobile increased its score by 1.2 percentage points for a score of 95.4%. AT&T and Sprint had even bigger jumps: AT&T increased its 4G Availability by 3.3 percentage points for a score of 92.9% and Sprint increased its 4G Availability by 3 percentage points for a score of 92.5%.

4G Coverage Experience

Verizon was the winner in Opensignal’s 4G Coverage Experience with a score of 9.7 on a scale of 1-10. AT&T came in second with a score of 9.3, followed by T-Mobile with an 8.7 score and Sprint with a score of 8.2. This is the first time Opensignal measured its users’ 4G Coverage Experience in the U.S. A higher coverage score means our users experienced more 4G Coverage in the locations that are most highly trafficked.

4G Coverage Experience
in 0-10 points
Verizon
9.7
T-Mobile
8.7
AT&T
9.3
Sprint
8.2
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
The brackets represent confidence intervals.
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Opensignal’s 4G Coverage Experience metric is a measure of how Opensignal’s mobile subscribers experience 4G coverage on an operator’s network. Measured on a scale of 0-10, it analyzes the locations where customers of a network operator received a 4G signal relative to the locations visited by Opensignal users of all network operators.

Regional Analysis

For our regional analysis we examined our Video Experience, Voice App Experience, Download and Upload Speed Experiences, Latency Experience and 4G Availability results in 100 large U.S. cities. This detailed analysis gives us the opportunity to see where the national operators may be making improvements to their networks on a city-by-city basis.

One area of particular interest is our Download Speed Experience metric. AT&T was a first-time winner of our Download Speed Experience award. Specifically, AT&T won the award outright in 26 cities and drew for the win in an additional 42. In comparison, T-Mobile (which won the national award in our July 2019 report) had just nine solo wins and 34 draws, while Verizon racked up nine outright wins and 36 shared wins.

On a city-by-city basis we saw a few blazing-fast speeds. Opensignal users on T-Mobile’s network clocked an impressive average download speed of 44.2 Mbps in the Grand Rapids, Michigan area, while Opensignal users on Verizon’s network in Dayton, Ohio saw average download speeds as high as 45.6 Mbps.

On the other end of the spectrum, we also saw some slower download speeds in a few markets. In York, Pennsylvania, our users on Sprint’s network recorded average download speeds of 14.2 Mbps.

In Latency Experience, AT&T was our national winner and also won by far the largest number of cities. It led outright in our Latency Experience metric in 54 cities and shared the award in an additional 23.

Another notable result was in the Voice App Experience. This is the first time Opensignal has reported on this metric in the U.S. market. In our national results, T-Mobile and AT&T tied for the top spot. However, on a city-by-city basis, AT&T won outright in 12 cities and shared the award in another 81 cities. T-Mobile, meanwhile, won in just three cities and shared the award in another 75 cities.

Finally, in our regional Video Experience category Verizon was once again the leader by an impressive margin. It won Opensignal’s Video Experience award in 67 cities and shared the award in another 31 cities. Notably, Verizon also elevated its Video Experience score into the Very Good category (65-75) in eight of the 100 cities we analyzed. This means that Opensignal users in those cities experienced short video load times and fewer video interruptions during playback, even at high resolutions.

Verizon’s competition also saw their Video Experience scores improve in some cities as well. Sprint scored over 60 in nine cities but never hit the score of 65 required to enter the Very Good category, which means it is still solidly in the Good Video Experience category in those markets.

Select any region below to display individual breakdown

Akron OH

Video Experience
in Akron OH
in 0-100 points
Verizon
63.2
T-Mobile
57.5
AT&T
55.3
Sprint
55.9
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Voice App Experience
in Akron OH
in 0-100 points
Verizon
79.3
T-Mobile
79.6
AT&T
82.9
Sprint
78.0
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Download Speed Experience
in Akron OH
in Mbps
Verizon
35.9
T-Mobile
33.5
AT&T
31.6
Sprint
31.5
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Upload Speed Experience
in Akron OH
in Mbps
Verizon
9.5
T-Mobile
8.3
AT&T
6.0
Sprint
2.8
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Latency Experience
in Akron OH
in ms
Verizon
51.7
T-Mobile
50.8
AT&T
37.5
Sprint
55.3
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4G Availability
in Akron OH
in %
Verizon
98.0
T-Mobile
97.6
AT&T
96.1
Sprint
93.9
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Albany-Schenectady-Troy NY

Video Experience
in Albany-Schenectady-Troy NY
in 0-100 points
Verizon
58.0
T-Mobile
56.3
AT&T
51.4
Sprint
58.1
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Voice App Experience
in Albany-Schenectady-Troy NY
in 0-100 points
Verizon
77.6
T-Mobile
77.7
AT&T
79.1
Sprint
76.0
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Download Speed Experience
in Albany-Schenectady-Troy NY
in Mbps
Verizon
23.4
T-Mobile
24.7
AT&T
23.4
Sprint
20.8
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Upload Speed Experience
in Albany-Schenectady-Troy NY
in Mbps
Verizon
7.0
T-Mobile
7.6
AT&T
5.3
Sprint
3.0
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Latency Experience
in Albany-Schenectady-Troy NY
in ms
Verizon
52.9
T-Mobile
52.9
AT&T
46.7
Sprint
46.1
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4G Availability
in Albany-Schenectady-Troy NY
in %
Verizon
96.2
T-Mobile
93.2
AT&T
88.0
Sprint
85.6
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Albuquerque NM

Video Experience
in Albuquerque NM
in 0-100 points
Verizon
60.1
T-Mobile
54.5
AT&T
54.4
Sprint
54.0
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Voice App Experience
in Albuquerque NM
in 0-100 points
Verizon
77.0
T-Mobile
79.9
AT&T
81.5
Sprint
71.9
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Download Speed Experience
in Albuquerque NM
in Mbps
Verizon
24.2
T-Mobile
20.1
AT&T
30.5
Sprint
20.0
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Upload Speed Experience
in Albuquerque NM
in Mbps
Verizon
9.8
T-Mobile
8.2
AT&T
8.1
Sprint
2.6
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Latency Experience
in Albuquerque NM
in ms
Verizon
73.3
T-Mobile
54.1
AT&T
58.4
Sprint
63.0
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4G Availability
in Albuquerque NM
in %
Verizon
95.7
T-Mobile
95.4
AT&T
93.3
Sprint
94.3
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Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton PA-NJ

Video Experience
in Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton PA-NJ
in 0-100 points
Verizon
63.9
T-Mobile
58.2
AT&T
55.6
Sprint
59.6
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Voice App Experience
in Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton PA-NJ
in 0-100 points
Verizon
79.8
T-Mobile
78.5
AT&T
80.3
Sprint
78.8
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Download Speed Experience
in Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton PA-NJ
in Mbps
Verizon
29.6
T-Mobile
29.8
AT&T
35.3
Sprint
22.4
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Upload Speed Experience
in Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton PA-NJ
in Mbps
Verizon
8.8
T-Mobile
9.2
AT&T
7.0
Sprint
3.0
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Latency Experience
in Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton PA-NJ
in ms
Verizon
44.0
T-Mobile
45.8
AT&T
48.7
Sprint
46.2
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4G Availability
in Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton PA-NJ
in %
Verizon
96.9
T-Mobile
96.9
AT&T
91.2
Sprint
96.8
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Anchorage AK

Video Experience
in Anchorage AK
in 0-100 points
Verizon
65.3
AT&T
51.2
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Voice App Experience
in Anchorage AK
in 0-100 points
Verizon
81.9
AT&T
77.4
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Download Speed Experience
in Anchorage AK
in Mbps
Verizon
24.2
AT&T
25.2
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Upload Speed Experience
in Anchorage AK
in Mbps
Verizon
8.0
AT&T
6.7
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Latency Experience
in Anchorage AK
in ms
Verizon
73.5
AT&T
73.9
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4G Availability
in Anchorage AK
in %
Verizon
93.5
AT&T
93.2
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Ann Arbor MI

Video Experience
in Ann Arbor MI
in 0-100 points
Verizon
59.7
T-Mobile
57.8
AT&T
50.9
Sprint
56.3
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Voice App Experience
in Ann Arbor MI
in 0-100 points
Verizon
78.1
T-Mobile
80.0
AT&T
81.4
Sprint
74.4
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Download Speed Experience
in Ann Arbor MI
in Mbps
Verizon
36.9
T-Mobile
38.9
AT&T
31.7
Sprint
27.6
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Upload Speed Experience
in Ann Arbor MI
in Mbps
Verizon
10.8
T-Mobile
9.9
AT&T
6.0
Sprint
2.2
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Latency Experience
in Ann Arbor MI
in ms
Verizon
55.3
T-Mobile
47.6
AT&T
46.9
Sprint
61.3
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4G Availability
in Ann Arbor MI
in %
Verizon
97.2
T-Mobile
95.8
AT&T
96.0
Sprint
92.6
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Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell GA

Video Experience
in Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell GA
in 0-100 points
Verizon
62.5
T-Mobile
58.6
AT&T
52.3
Sprint
56.2
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Voice App Experience
in Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell GA
in 0-100 points
Verizon
79.0
T-Mobile
81.8
AT&T
80.3
Sprint
76.4
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Download Speed Experience
in Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell GA
in Mbps
Verizon
32.8
T-Mobile
39.3
AT&T
27.6
Sprint
33.1
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Upload Speed Experience
in Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell GA
in Mbps
Verizon
10.3
T-Mobile
11.4
AT&T
6.0
Sprint
2.8
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Latency Experience
in Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell GA
in ms
Verizon
44.0
T-Mobile
44.4
AT&T
35.8
Sprint
47.3
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4G Availability
in Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell GA
in %
Verizon
97.4
T-Mobile
95.6
AT&T
93.2
Sprint
93.9
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Austin-Round Rock TX

Video Experience
in Austin-Round Rock TX
in 0-100 points
Verizon
59.1
T-Mobile
54.6
AT&T
52.1
Sprint
57.2
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Voice App Experience
in Austin-Round Rock TX
in 0-100 points
Verizon
79.8
T-Mobile
79.7
AT&T
80.6
Sprint
78.1
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Download Speed Experience
in Austin-Round Rock TX
in Mbps
Verizon
21.9
T-Mobile
21.8
AT&T
26.1
Sprint
30.7
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Upload Speed Experience
in Austin-Round Rock TX
in Mbps
Verizon
6.8
T-Mobile
6.2
AT&T
7.0
Sprint
2.9
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Latency Experience
in Austin-Round Rock TX
in ms
Verizon
56.9
T-Mobile
46.1
AT&T
41.4
Sprint
53.0
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4G Availability
in Austin-Round Rock TX
in %
Verizon
97.6
T-Mobile
96.1
AT&T
96.3
Sprint
93.6
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Bakersfield CA

Video Experience
in Bakersfield CA
in 0-100 points
Verizon
57.1
T-Mobile
50.0
AT&T
53.0
Sprint
52.9
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Voice App Experience
in Bakersfield CA
in 0-100 points
Verizon
77.3
T-Mobile
80.2
AT&T
79.7
Sprint
73.9
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Download Speed Experience
in Bakersfield CA
in Mbps
Verizon
27.2
T-Mobile
16.6
AT&T
27.8
Sprint
21.1
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Upload Speed Experience
in Bakersfield CA
in Mbps
Verizon
9.7
T-Mobile
5.7
AT&T
6.2
Sprint
2.3
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Latency Experience
in Bakersfield CA
in ms
Verizon
53.2
T-Mobile
63.5
AT&T
46.4
Sprint
56.4
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4G Availability
in Bakersfield CA
in %
Verizon
96.3
T-Mobile
94.6
AT&T
95.1
Sprint
89.4
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Baltimore-Columbia-Towson MD

Video Experience
in Baltimore-Columbia-Towson MD
in 0-100 points
Verizon
63.4
T-Mobile
55.9
AT&T
52.8
Sprint
55.5
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Voice App Experience
in Baltimore-Columbia-Towson MD
in 0-100 points
Verizon
79.3
T-Mobile
81.5
AT&T
81.3
Sprint
76.1
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Download Speed Experience
in Baltimore-Columbia-Towson MD
in Mbps
Verizon
36.4
T-Mobile
25.0
AT&T
40.1
Sprint
21.2
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Upload Speed Experience
in Baltimore-Columbia-Towson MD
in Mbps
Verizon
10.7
T-Mobile
8.5
AT&T
7.8
Sprint
2.2
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Latency Experience
in Baltimore-Columbia-Towson MD
in ms
Verizon
40.7
T-Mobile
43.3
AT&T
40.6
Sprint
44.3
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4G Availability
in Baltimore-Columbia-Towson MD
in %
Verizon
97.4
T-Mobile
96.8
AT&T
92.1
Sprint
94.6
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Birmingham-Hoover AL

Video Experience
in Birmingham-Hoover AL
in 0-100 points
Verizon
57.7
T-Mobile
55.9
AT&T
48.4
Sprint
57.3
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Voice App Experience
in Birmingham-Hoover AL
in 0-100 points
Verizon
78.0
T-Mobile
81.7
AT&T
80.6
Sprint
79.6
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Download Speed Experience
in Birmingham-Hoover AL
in Mbps
Verizon
24.1
T-Mobile
35.2
AT&T
21.3
Sprint
22.3
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Upload Speed Experience
in Birmingham-Hoover AL
in Mbps
Verizon
8.6
T-Mobile
9.1
AT&T
5.7
Sprint
2.7
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Latency Experience
in Birmingham-Hoover AL
in ms
Verizon
51.4
T-Mobile
54.0
AT&T
47.6
Sprint
47.1
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4G Availability
in Birmingham-Hoover AL
in %
Verizon
96.3
T-Mobile
95.6
AT&T
94.1
Sprint
93.2
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Boise City ID

Video Experience
in Boise City ID
in 0-100 points
Verizon
59.7
T-Mobile
51.1
AT&T
50.3
Sprint
50.8
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Voice App Experience
in Boise City ID
in 0-100 points
Verizon
78.9
T-Mobile
80.0
AT&T
79.0
Sprint
73.6
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Download Speed Experience
in Boise City ID
in Mbps
Verizon
24.5
T-Mobile
23.2
AT&T
25.5
Sprint
22.6
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Upload Speed Experience
in Boise City ID
in Mbps
Verizon
7.1
T-Mobile
6.7
AT&T
5.9
Sprint
2.5
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Latency Experience
in Boise City ID
in ms
Verizon
61.6
T-Mobile
59.2
AT&T
65.8
Sprint
81.3
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4G Availability
in Boise City ID
in %
Verizon
98.0
T-Mobile
96.6
AT&T
91.3
Sprint
94.8
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Boston-Cambridge-Newton MA-NH

Video Experience
in Boston-Cambridge-Newton MA-NH
in 0-100 points
Verizon
63.3
T-Mobile
56.1
AT&T
54.6
Sprint
59.0
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Voice App Experience
in Boston-Cambridge-Newton MA-NH
in 0-100 points
Verizon
78.6
T-Mobile
75.9
AT&T
80.1
Sprint
77.7
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Download Speed Experience
in Boston-Cambridge-Newton MA-NH
in Mbps
Verizon
34.3
T-Mobile
32.2
AT&T
35.6
Sprint
26.0
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Upload Speed Experience
in Boston-Cambridge-Newton MA-NH
in Mbps
Verizon
10.2
T-Mobile
10.2
AT&T
8.1
Sprint
2.5
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Latency Experience
in Boston-Cambridge-Newton MA-NH
in ms
Verizon
49.7
T-Mobile
47.8
AT&T
43.6
Sprint
45.7
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4G Availability
in Boston-Cambridge-Newton MA-NH
in %
Verizon
96.5
T-Mobile
95.5
AT&T
91.9
Sprint
92.1
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Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk CT

Video Experience
in Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk CT
in 0-100 points
Verizon
64.8
T-Mobile
56.9
AT&T
51.5
Sprint
57.9
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Voice App Experience
in Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk CT
in 0-100 points
Verizon
78.0
T-Mobile
76.6
AT&T
79.5
Sprint
77.9
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Download Speed Experience
in Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk CT
in Mbps
Verizon
37.9
T-Mobile
25.7
AT&T
21.3
Sprint
24.2
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Upload Speed Experience
in Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk CT
in Mbps
Verizon
11.1
T-Mobile
9.1
AT&T
5.3
Sprint
2.8
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Latency Experience
in Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk CT
in ms
Verizon
49.4
T-Mobile
49.5
AT&T
43.8
Sprint
43.5
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4G Availability
in Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk CT
in %
Verizon
97.1
T-Mobile
97.0
AT&T
92.4
Sprint
92.2
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Buffalo-Cheektowaga-Niagara Falls NY

Video Experience
in Buffalo-Cheektowaga-Niagara Falls NY
in 0-100 points
Verizon
61.3
T-Mobile
55.8
AT&T
51.4
Sprint
55.2
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Voice App Experience
in Buffalo-Cheektowaga-Niagara Falls NY
in 0-100 points
Verizon
80.0
T-Mobile
79.2
AT&T
80.6
Sprint
75.9
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Download Speed Experience
in Buffalo-Cheektowaga-Niagara Falls NY
in Mbps
Verizon
23.9
T-Mobile
26.9
AT&T
26.9
Sprint
28.5
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Upload Speed Experience
in Buffalo-Cheektowaga-Niagara Falls NY
in Mbps
Verizon
6.4
T-Mobile
8.5
AT&T
5.5
Sprint
2.9
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Latency Experience
in Buffalo-Cheektowaga-Niagara Falls NY
in ms
Verizon
53.4
T-Mobile
53.5
AT&T
50.2
Sprint
58.8
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4G Availability
in Buffalo-Cheektowaga-Niagara Falls NY
in %
Verizon
97.7
T-Mobile
95.3
AT&T
92.8
Sprint
93.6
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Cape Coral-Fort Myers FL

Video Experience
in Cape Coral-Fort Myers FL
in 0-100 points
Verizon
60.9
T-Mobile
54.5
AT&T
49.8
Sprint
48.6
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Voice App Experience
in Cape Coral-Fort Myers FL
in 0-100 points
Verizon
79.4
T-Mobile
79.7
AT&T
77.0
Sprint
73.7
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Download Speed Experience
in Cape Coral-Fort Myers FL
in Mbps
Verizon
28.0
T-Mobile
34.3
AT&T
27.7
Sprint
15.9
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Upload Speed Experience
in Cape Coral-Fort Myers FL
in Mbps
Verizon
8.9
T-Mobile
8.2
AT&T
4.0
Sprint
1.7
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Latency Experience
in Cape Coral-Fort Myers FL
in ms
Verizon
47.9
T-Mobile
56.6
AT&T
45.3
Sprint
57.4
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4G Availability
in Cape Coral-Fort Myers FL
in %
Verizon
97.8
T-Mobile
93.8
AT&T
92.6
Sprint
90.4
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Charleston-North Charleston SC

Video Experience
in Charleston-North Charleston SC
in 0-100 points
Verizon
59.2
T-Mobile
57.1
AT&T
51.7
Sprint
52.3
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Voice App Experience
in Charleston-North Charleston SC
in 0-100 points
Verizon
78.4
T-Mobile
82.0
AT&T
79.4
Sprint
75.1
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Download Speed Experience
in Charleston-North Charleston SC
in Mbps
Verizon
23.6
T-Mobile
24.4
AT&T
30.0
Sprint
20.6
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Upload Speed Experience
in Charleston-North Charleston SC
in Mbps
Verizon
6.7
T-Mobile
7.2
AT&T
6.5
Sprint
2.3
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Latency Experience
in Charleston-North Charleston SC
in ms
Verizon
58.5
T-Mobile
58.1
AT&T
49.1
Sprint
51.1
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4G Availability
in Charleston-North Charleston SC
in %
Verizon
96.8
T-Mobile
97.3
AT&T
94.6
Sprint
93.0
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Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia NC-SC

Video Experience
in Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia NC-SC
in 0-100 points
Verizon
61.7
T-Mobile
54.5
AT&T
54.2
Sprint
53.4
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Voice App Experience
in Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia NC-SC
in 0-100 points
Verizon
78.6
T-Mobile
81.9
AT&T
81.9
Sprint
73.7
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Download Speed Experience
in Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia NC-SC
in Mbps
Verizon
24.5
T-Mobile
17.5
AT&T
34.7
Sprint
22.1
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Upload Speed Experience
in Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia NC-SC
in Mbps
Verizon
7.1
T-Mobile
6.5
AT&T
6.6
Sprint
2.0
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Latency Experience
in Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia NC-SC
in ms
Verizon
50.9
T-Mobile
50.1
AT&T
39.2
Sprint
52.1
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4G Availability
in Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia NC-SC
in %
Verizon
96.8
T-Mobile
95.6
AT&T
94.9
Sprint
92.4
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Chattanooga TN-GA

Video Experience
in Chattanooga TN-GA
in 0-100 points
Verizon
58.8
T-Mobile
54.2
AT&T
52.6
Sprint
59.4
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Voice App Experience
in Chattanooga TN-GA
in 0-100 points
Verizon
80.3
T-Mobile
81.7
AT&T
81.0
Sprint
76.6
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Download Speed Experience
in Chattanooga TN-GA
in Mbps
Verizon
29.4
T-Mobile
36.1
AT&T
29.9
Sprint
24.4
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Upload Speed Experience
in Chattanooga TN-GA
in Mbps
Verizon
10.2
T-Mobile
11.4
AT&T
7.6
Sprint
3.1
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Latency Experience
in Chattanooga TN-GA
in ms
Verizon
65.5
T-Mobile
54.9
AT&T
48.8
Sprint
54.6
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4G Availability
in Chattanooga TN-GA
in %
Verizon
95.8
T-Mobile
93.9
AT&T
93.6
Sprint
92.1
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Chicago-Naperville-Elgin IL-IN-WI

Video Experience
in Chicago-Naperville-Elgin IL-IN-WI
in 0-100 points
Verizon
65.8
T-Mobile
56.6
AT&T
55.7
Sprint
59.2
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Voice App Experience
in Chicago-Naperville-Elgin IL-IN-WI
in 0-100 points
Verizon
80.1
T-Mobile
80.8
AT&T
81.0
Sprint
77.7
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Download Speed Experience
in Chicago-Naperville-Elgin IL-IN-WI
in Mbps
Verizon
34.1
T-Mobile
24.4
AT&T
35.7
Sprint
29.6
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Upload Speed Experience
in Chicago-Naperville-Elgin IL-IN-WI
in Mbps
Verizon
13.4
T-Mobile
9.4
AT&T
7.9
Sprint
3.5
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Latency Experience
in Chicago-Naperville-Elgin IL-IN-WI
in ms
Verizon
44.3
T-Mobile
41.0
AT&T
34.9
Sprint
48.6
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4G Availability
in Chicago-Naperville-Elgin IL-IN-WI
in %
Verizon
97.5
T-Mobile
96.9
AT&T
95.5
Sprint
95.2
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Cincinnati OH-KY-IN

Video Experience
in Cincinnati OH-KY-IN
in 0-100 points
Verizon
65.5
T-Mobile
56.1
AT&T
53.2
Sprint
58.3
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Voice App Experience
in Cincinnati OH-KY-IN
in 0-100 points
Verizon
80.3
T-Mobile
76.5
AT&T
81.1
Sprint
76.4
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Download Speed Experience
in Cincinnati OH-KY-IN
in Mbps
Verizon
39.2
T-Mobile
28.3
AT&T
35.9
Sprint
25.7
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Upload Speed Experience
in Cincinnati OH-KY-IN
in Mbps
Verizon
9.7
T-Mobile
8.5
AT&T
7.8
Sprint
2.5
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Latency Experience
in Cincinnati OH-KY-IN
in ms
Verizon
45.1
T-Mobile
72.7
AT&T
46.9
Sprint
57.9
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4G Availability
in Cincinnati OH-KY-IN
in %
Verizon
97.4
T-Mobile
96.2
AT&T
94.5
Sprint
94.2
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Cleveland-Elyria OH

Video Experience
in Cleveland-Elyria OH
in 0-100 points
Verizon
65.0
T-Mobile
56.7
AT&T
54.7
Sprint
57.5
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Voice App Experience
in Cleveland-Elyria OH
in 0-100 points
Verizon
79.6
T-Mobile
79.9
AT&T
82.1
Sprint
77.1
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Download Speed Experience
in Cleveland-Elyria OH
in Mbps
Verizon
36.3
T-Mobile
35.6
AT&T
38.0
Sprint
36.5
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Upload Speed Experience
in Cleveland-Elyria OH
in Mbps
Verizon
10.3
T-Mobile
8.9
AT&T
6.4
Sprint
2.9
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Latency Experience
in Cleveland-Elyria OH
in ms
Verizon
52.8
T-Mobile
49.6
AT&T
39.9
Sprint
51.5
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4G Availability
in Cleveland-Elyria OH
in %
Verizon
97.7
T-Mobile
97.0
AT&T
93.5
Sprint
94.1
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Colorado Springs CO

Video Experience
in Colorado Springs CO
in 0-100 points
Verizon
59.6
T-Mobile
58.1
AT&T
48.3
Sprint
58.7
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Voice App Experience
in Colorado Springs CO
in 0-100 points
Verizon
76.1
T-Mobile
78.7
AT&T
77.4
Sprint
78.4
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Download Speed Experience
in Colorado Springs CO
in Mbps
Verizon
21.7
T-Mobile
25.2
AT&T
25.1
Sprint
34.2
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Upload Speed Experience
in Colorado Springs CO
in Mbps
Verizon
7.7
T-Mobile
7.4
AT&T
5.3
Sprint
4.1
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Latency Experience
in Colorado Springs CO
in ms
Verizon
50.6
T-Mobile
44.4
AT&T
63.3
Sprint
48.5
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4G Availability
in Colorado Springs CO
in %
Verizon
96.1
T-Mobile
95.7
AT&T
90.4
Sprint
92.5
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Columbia SC

Video Experience
in Columbia SC
in 0-100 points
Verizon
60.2
T-Mobile
53.4
AT&T
54.6
Sprint
55.2
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Voice App Experience
in Columbia SC
in 0-100 points
Verizon
79.7
T-Mobile
82.6
AT&T
81.5
Sprint
76.3
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Download Speed Experience
in Columbia SC
in Mbps
Verizon
23.0
T-Mobile
20.2
AT&T
28.4
Sprint
15.9
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Upload Speed Experience
in Columbia SC
in Mbps
Verizon
7.3
T-Mobile
6.9
AT&T
6.1
Sprint
2.0
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Latency Experience
in Columbia SC
in ms
Verizon
56.7
T-Mobile
55.4
AT&T
43.0
Sprint
65.5
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4G Availability
in Columbia SC
in %
Verizon
97.5
T-Mobile
96.6
AT&T
95.8
Sprint
95.6
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Columbus OH

Video Experience
in Columbus OH
in 0-100 points
Verizon
63.8
T-Mobile
56.7
AT&T
55.0
Sprint
57.5
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Voice App Experience
in Columbus OH
in 0-100 points
Verizon
80.0
T-Mobile
80.0
AT&T
81.0
Sprint
76.6
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Download Speed Experience
in Columbus OH
in Mbps
Verizon
35.7
T-Mobile
26.6
AT&T
37.1
Sprint
28.6
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Upload Speed Experience
in Columbus OH
in Mbps
Verizon
10.3
T-Mobile
7.9
AT&T
6.9
Sprint
3.1
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Latency Experience
in Columbus OH
in ms
Verizon
48.7
T-Mobile
55.9
AT&T
43.9
Sprint
53.6
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4G Availability
in Columbus OH
in %
Verizon
97.3
T-Mobile
96.4
AT&T
93.3
Sprint
94.8
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Corpus Christi TX

Video Experience
in Corpus Christi TX
in 0-100 points
Verizon
62.5
T-Mobile
54.1
AT&T
53.0
Sprint
49.7
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Voice App Experience
in Corpus Christi TX
in 0-100 points
Verizon
82.9
T-Mobile
79.6
AT&T
81.7
Sprint
73.4
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Download Speed Experience
in Corpus Christi TX
in Mbps
Verizon
27.0
T-Mobile
27.5
AT&T
24.4
Sprint
22.0
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Upload Speed Experience
in Corpus Christi TX
in Mbps
Verizon
7.5
T-Mobile
9.0
AT&T
8.3
Sprint
2.1
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Latency Experience
in Corpus Christi TX
in ms
Verizon
61.3
T-Mobile
55.6
AT&T
48.7
Sprint
78.4
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4G Availability
in Corpus Christi TX
in %
Verizon
97.9
T-Mobile
96.5
AT&T
97.2
Sprint
97.2
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Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington TX

Video Experience
in Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington TX
in 0-100 points
Verizon
61.8
T-Mobile
56.0
AT&T
54.0
Sprint
58.9
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Voice App Experience
in Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington TX
in 0-100 points
Verizon
79.5
T-Mobile
80.8
AT&T
81.0
Sprint
75.3
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Download Speed Experience
in Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington TX
in Mbps
Verizon
31.1
T-Mobile
29.8
AT&T
23.2
Sprint
30.4
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Upload Speed Experience
in Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington TX
in Mbps
Verizon
9.6
T-Mobile
11.3
AT&T
7.6
Sprint
3.2
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Latency Experience
in Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington TX
in ms
Verizon
44.5
T-Mobile
41.0
AT&T
36.0
Sprint
48.4
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4G Availability
in Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington TX
in %
Verizon
96.8
T-Mobile
96.2
AT&T
96.3
Sprint
94.4
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Dayton OH

Video Experience
in Dayton OH
in 0-100 points
Verizon
65.0
T-Mobile
56.6
AT&T
54.0
Sprint
59.8
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Voice App Experience
in Dayton OH
in 0-100 points
Verizon
80.2
T-Mobile
76.9
AT&T
82.0
Sprint
75.5
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Download Speed Experience
in Dayton OH
in Mbps
Verizon
45.6
T-Mobile
28.4
AT&T
35.7
Sprint
31.3
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Upload Speed Experience
in Dayton OH
in Mbps
Verizon
13.3
T-Mobile
7.0
AT&T
6.4
Sprint
2.7
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Latency Experience
in Dayton OH
in ms
Verizon
44.8
T-Mobile
69.8
AT&T
44.8
Sprint
54.8
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4G Availability
in Dayton OH
in %
Verizon
98.0
T-Mobile
96.3
AT&T
95.8
Sprint
95.4
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Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach FL

Video Experience
in Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach FL
in 0-100 points
Verizon
59.8
T-Mobile
54.0
AT&T
51.2
Sprint
49.2
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Voice App Experience
in Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach FL
in 0-100 points
Verizon
79.8
T-Mobile
79.4
AT&T
77.5
Sprint
73.3
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Download Speed Experience
in Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach FL
in Mbps
Verizon
29.9
T-Mobile
32.2
AT&T
22.8
Sprint
16.7
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Upload Speed Experience
in Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach FL
in Mbps
Verizon
6.7
T-Mobile
7.0
AT&T
4.7
Sprint
2.7
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Latency Experience
in Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach FL
in ms
Verizon
50.8
T-Mobile
55.6
AT&T
42.7
Sprint
60.4
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4G Availability
in Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach FL
in %
Verizon
97.6
T-Mobile
94.4
AT&T
91.8
Sprint
92.1
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Denver-Aurora-Lakewood CO

Video Experience
in Denver-Aurora-Lakewood CO
in 0-100 points
Verizon
62.2
T-Mobile
56.7
AT&T
53.4
Sprint
54.2
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Voice App Experience
in Denver-Aurora-Lakewood CO
in 0-100 points
Verizon
77.2
T-Mobile
79.5
AT&T
79.6
Sprint
77.9
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Download Speed Experience
in Denver-Aurora-Lakewood CO
in Mbps
Verizon
28.5
T-Mobile
21.7
AT&T
38.7
Sprint
31.5
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Upload Speed Experience
in Denver-Aurora-Lakewood CO
in Mbps
Verizon
7.8
T-Mobile
6.9
AT&T
7.4
Sprint
3.5
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Latency Experience
in Denver-Aurora-Lakewood CO
in ms
Verizon
48.2
T-Mobile
43.4
AT&T
61.2
Sprint
50.0
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4G Availability
in Denver-Aurora-Lakewood CO
in %
Verizon
96.0
T-Mobile
96.0
AT&T
89.7
Sprint
93.3
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Des Moines-West Des Moines IA

Video Experience
in Des Moines-West Des Moines IA
in 0-100 points
Verizon
63.8
T-Mobile
53.0
AT&T
52.6
Sprint
56.1
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Voice App Experience
in Des Moines-West Des Moines IA
in 0-100 points
Verizon
79.2
T-Mobile
82.3
AT&T
81.3
Sprint
76.7
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Download Speed Experience
in Des Moines-West Des Moines IA
in Mbps
Verizon
29.4
T-Mobile
19.4
AT&T
24.2
Sprint
22.4
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Upload Speed Experience
in Des Moines-West Des Moines IA
in Mbps
Verizon
12.9
T-Mobile
7.7
AT&T
5.6
Sprint
3.7
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Latency Experience
in Des Moines-West Des Moines IA
in ms
Verizon
55.8
T-Mobile
57.1
AT&T
45.2
Sprint
55.6
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4G Availability
in Des Moines-West Des Moines IA
in %
Verizon
98.9
T-Mobile
92.5
AT&T
93.0
Sprint
96.0
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Detroit-Warren-Dearborn MI

Video Experience
in Detroit-Warren-Dearborn MI
in 0-100 points
Verizon
64.1
T-Mobile
56.2
AT&T
52.7
Sprint
54.7
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Voice App Experience
in Detroit-Warren-Dearborn MI
in 0-100 points
Verizon
79.4
T-Mobile
80.4
AT&T
80.2
Sprint
74.4
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Download Speed Experience
in Detroit-Warren-Dearborn MI
in Mbps
Verizon
35.5
T-Mobile
37.0
AT&T
33.5
Sprint
23.7
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Upload Speed Experience
in Detroit-Warren-Dearborn MI
in Mbps
Verizon
10.5
T-Mobile
10.3
AT&T
5.8
Sprint
2.4
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Latency Experience
in Detroit-Warren-Dearborn MI
in ms
Verizon
51.1
T-Mobile
45.3
AT&T
46.6
Sprint
56.7
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4G Availability
in Detroit-Warren-Dearborn MI
in %
Verizon
97.6
T-Mobile
96.6
AT&T
94.9
Sprint
94.0
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El Paso TX

Video Experience
in El Paso TX
in 0-100 points
Verizon
61.5
T-Mobile
51.9
AT&T
48.2
Sprint
58.9
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Voice App Experience
in El Paso TX
in 0-100 points
Verizon
76.5
T-Mobile
80.9
AT&T
78.9
Sprint
80.1
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Download Speed Experience
in El Paso TX
in Mbps
Verizon
24.5
T-Mobile
23.3
AT&T
17.2
Sprint
27.2
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Upload Speed Experience
in El Paso TX
in Mbps
Verizon
9.1
T-Mobile
10.0
AT&T
5.2
Sprint
2.8
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Latency Experience
in El Paso TX
in ms
Verizon
99.6
T-Mobile
59.0
AT&T
73.0
Sprint
57.3
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4G Availability
in El Paso TX
in %
Verizon
95.7
T-Mobile
96.6
AT&T
94.4
Sprint
95.9
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Flint MI

Video Experience
in Flint MI
in 0-100 points
Verizon
65.5
T-Mobile
57.2
AT&T
54.0
Sprint
56.7
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Voice App Experience
in Flint MI
in 0-100 points
Verizon
81.4
T-Mobile
81.1
AT&T
82.9
Sprint
74.6
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Download Speed Experience
in Flint MI
in Mbps
Verizon
36.8
T-Mobile
39.5
AT&T
33.9
Sprint
24.9
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Upload Speed Experience
in Flint MI
in Mbps
Verizon
10.0
T-Mobile
7.0
AT&T
5.0
Sprint
2.6
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Latency Experience
in Flint MI
in ms
Verizon
55.8
T-Mobile
50.1
AT&T
52.3
Sprint
60.6
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4G Availability
in Flint MI
in %
Verizon
98.5
T-Mobile
97.8
AT&T
92.7
Sprint
94.8
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Fort Wayne IN

Video Experience
in Fort Wayne IN
in 0-100 points
Verizon
62.0
T-Mobile
59.9
AT&T
51.8
Sprint
52.0
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Voice App Experience
in Fort Wayne IN
in 0-100 points
Verizon
79.9
T-Mobile
82.5
AT&T
80.9
Sprint
76.6
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Download Speed Experience
in Fort Wayne IN
in Mbps
Verizon
34.4
T-Mobile
30.4
AT&T
32.2
Sprint
25.6
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Upload Speed Experience
in Fort Wayne IN
in Mbps
Verizon
12.0
T-Mobile
8.8
AT&T
6.9
Sprint
2.5
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Latency Experience
in Fort Wayne IN
in ms
Verizon
49.5
T-Mobile
48.8
AT&T
58.3
Sprint
64.8
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4G Availability
in Fort Wayne IN
in %
Verizon
97.8
T-Mobile
92.3
AT&T
92.9
Sprint
94.3
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Grand Rapids-Wyoming MI

Video Experience
in Grand Rapids-Wyoming MI
in 0-100 points
Verizon
62.7
T-Mobile
56.8
AT&T
53.4
Sprint
53.9
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Voice App Experience
in Grand Rapids-Wyoming MI
in 0-100 points
Verizon
77.6
T-Mobile
78.5
AT&T
81.6
Sprint
73.6
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Download Speed Experience
in Grand Rapids-Wyoming MI
in Mbps
Verizon
31.0
T-Mobile
44.2
AT&T
25.9
Sprint
24.6
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Upload Speed Experience
in Grand Rapids-Wyoming MI
in Mbps
Verizon
9.4
T-Mobile
8.3
AT&T
5.6
Sprint
2.3
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Latency Experience
in Grand Rapids-Wyoming MI
in ms
Verizon
53.9
T-Mobile