In our regional outlook we analyzed users’ mobile network experience in three regions across Egypt: Central Egypt, Eastern Egypt, and Nile Delta. The national results were mirrored in Central Egypt, but we saw intense competition in Eastern Egypt with multiple ties, and slight variation in the Nile Delta region.
In Video Experience, Orange won the first place in Central and Eastern Egypt, with users on its network enjoying a Very Good Video Experience (65-75). However WE won first place in the Nile Delta region, and ended up in the Good rating bracket (55-65) with a score of 64.1 points.
Vodafone undisputedly won the Voice Experience category in Central Egypt and Nile Delta region, and also shared the first place with Etisalat in Eastern Egypt. We saw stiff competition in this category, with users experiencing Poor to Acceptable Voice Experience across operators in these regions.
Looking at the speed categories, in Central Egypt our users enjoyed the fastest Download and Upload Speed Experience on Orange’s network. In Eastern Egypt, Etisalat and Orange were statistically tied in the first place for both the categories, while Etisalat also tied with WE in Download Speed Experience and won the Upload Speed Experience outright in the Delta Nile region.
When it comes to network responsiveness, Vodafone triumphed in Latency Experience across all three regions, with our users on its network observing the lowest latencies of 38.5 milliseconds on average in Central Egypt. Our users also enjoyed the highest 4G Availability on Vodafone’s network in the same region, as they were able to connect to 4G services 83.3% of the time.
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