In our analysis of 24 of Germany’s largest cities where we had a total of 144 awards up for the taking, we saw Telekom winning 71 awards and tying for an additional 61. Vodafone won 9 awards and collected 56 draws, while O2 tied for 33 prizes. 20 awards resulted in a three-way draw.
Telekom's dominance in our speed and Video Experience metrics at a national level was reflected in Germany's cities. Telekom won all 24 Upload Speed Experience awards. Of the Download Speed Experience awards, Telekom won 22 outright, tied in Düsseldorf with Vodafone, while losing to the UK-based operator group in Frankfurt. We also saw some of our highest scores on Telekom's network, with the operator passing the 60 Mbps Download Speed Experience milestone in Cologne where it reached 60.6 Mbps. Telekom dominated our Video Experience awards winning in 20 cities and collecting draws with Vodafone in Augsburg, Freiburg, Karlsruhe and Saarbrücken.
Out of the total 48 Games Experience and Voice App Experience awards, 43 resulted in a tie between 2 or even all three operators. Telekom managed to win Games Experience awards outright in Dortmund and Essen, while Vodafone won in Augsburg. Dortmund and Münster were the only two cities not resulting in a Voice App Experience draw, with Telekom winning in the former city and Vodafone in the latter. Interestingly, our users in Berlin, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Leipzig and Nuremberg saw an Excellent Games Experience score (85 and above) across all three operators.
While we have seen Vodafone and O2 closing their 4G Availability gap compared to Telekom at the national level, this was even more evident at the city level. Of the 24 awards available across the cities, 16 cities resulted in a draw with 6 of them being a three-way tie. Vodafone won in Berlin, Bremen, Dresden, Hamburg, Munich and Saarbrücken, while Telekom won only in Frankfurt and Freiburg.
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