USA

5G Experience Report
October 2021

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Author
Francesco Rizzato Principal Technical Analyst

Key findings

T-Mobile users see 118.7 Mbps in 5G Download Speed

T-Mobile wins the 5G Download Speed award for the fourth time in a row, increasing once again its lead on Verizon and AT&T, with our T-Mobile users’ average 5G download speeds breaking through the 100 Mbps mark. In our last report, T-Mobile more than doubled its lead over second place from 16.3 Mbps to 35.2 Mbps. This time T-Mobile led by an impressive 62.7 Mbps and with a 5G Download Speed that’s more than twice as fast as AT&T and Verizon’s scores. Our T-Mobile users saw average 5G download speeds of 118.7 Mbps, ahead of our users on Verizon and AT&T which scored 56 Mbps and 51.5 Mbps, respectively.

T-Mobile increases its winning margin in both 5G Availability and 5G Reach

T-Mobile comfortably wins in the two measures of 5G’s extent by increasing its lead in both 5G Availability and 5G Reach. Our T-Mobile users spent over one third of their time — 34.7% — with an active 5G connection compared with 16.4% for AT&T users and 9.7% on Verizon. Similarly, T-Mobile wins 5G Reach with a score of 7.2 on a 10 point scale, over two points ahead of its nearest rival. 5G Reach represents the proportion of locations a 5G user visits that have a 5G signal.

Verizon is now the outright winner in 5G Video Experience

Verizon wins the 5G Video Experience award outright with a score of 61.3 points, after sharing the award with AT&T in July 2021. This means that Verizon is now the sole winner of our three experiential 5G metrics — 5G Video Experience, 5G Games Experience and 5G Voice App Experience, while in the last report it shared the win in 5G Video Experience with AT&T but won the other two outright.

Verizon continues to lead in 5G Games Experience

Verizon wins the 5G Games Experience award with a score of 80.6 points, ahead of AT&T and T-Mobile which scored 73 and 67.2 points, respectively. Verizon is now the only U.S. carrier to place in the Good category (75-85). In our previous 5G report, AT&T also placed in the Good category, but has since seen its score of 75.4 points decrease by 2.3 points, and therefore joined T-Mobile in the Fair category (65-75).

T-Mobile maintains an advantage in 5G Upload Speed

T-Mobile wins the 5G Upload Speed award with a score of 16.1 Mbps, which shows a 0.9 Mbps improvement compared to our previous report. Verizon places second at 14.4 Mbps after scoring 14.2 Mbps last time, while AT&T follows behind with 9.7 Mbps — a 0.9 Mbps increase since our July 2021 5G report.

Introduction

In this report, we have seen big movements in the 5G experience in a number of categories. However, there is only one change in our 5G award table since our previous 5G report: Verizon is now the sole winner of 5G Video Experience after sharing the award with AT&T last time.

U.S. carriers have further expanded their 5G coverage using their low band 5G networks. In July 2021, T-Mobile announced that it covered 305 million people using its 600 MHz frequency band, while AT&T revealed it covered 250 million people using the 850 MHz band. Earlier in the year, Verizon reported that its Nationwide 5G service was available for 230 million people.

However, the largest and most notable improvement that we have observed in this 5G report compared to the previous one was driven by the expansion of mid-band 5G. In fact, our T-Mobile users saw their 5G Download Speed increase by 35.6% to reach an impressive 118.7 Mbps — more than double the speeds that AT&T and Verizon 5G users experienced — driven by T-Mobile’s expansion of its 2.5 GHz spectrum layer. In July 2021, T-Mobile announced that it covered about 165 million people with its mid-band service, up from 125 million people in April, while still planning to cover 200 million people by the end of the year. Besides, T-Mobile also revealed it was targeting an increase in the amount of 2.5 GHz spectrum deployed from 60-80 MHz to 100 MHz, on average, across its footprint.

T-Mobile’s progress in the deployment of mid-band 5G clearly displayed in our recent 5G reports, and allowed T-Mobile to build an impressive lead in 5G Download Speed. But AT&T and Verizon are about to receive the first tranche of C-band spectrum (3.7–3.98 GHz) — which will be released in December 2021, and have made plans already to deploy their own mid-band 5G and follow the path T-Mobile pioneered with the deployment of its 2.5 GHz spectrum. AT&T announced it expects to cover 70-75 million people with its C-band spectrum by end-2022, rising to 200 million by end-2023. Verizon revealed that it plans to start using C-band spectrum in the first quarter of 2022, with initial coverage of around 100 million people, rising to more than 175 million people by 2023. While AT&T and Verizon will receive 40 MHz and 60 MHz of C-band spectrum, respectively, in December 2021, they will access the larger share of C-band spectrum that was auctioned early this year by December 2023, when the second tranche of spectrum will be released. By comparison, T-Mobile announced that it is aiming to cover 300 million people with its 2.5 GHz spectrum by end-2023, and to double its spectrum position from 100 MHz of mid-band to 200 MHz.

However, U.S. carriers may not need to wait for end-2023 to access additional mid-band spectrum. In fact, FCC’s Auction 110 is about to assign 100 MHz of mid-band spectrum in the 3.45-3.55 GHz range, and all three major carriers qualified in the spectrum sale.

Although mmWave networks may have conceded the spotlight to low and mid-band 5G networks, U.S. carriers are continuing with their mmWave deployments focused in high-traffic dense urban areas and venues, where users benefit from the significant boost in capacity that mmWave networks offer. Verizon recently announced that its mmWave 5G mobile service was available in parts of 82 cities, while its 5G Home service — that currently uses mmWave spectrum — was expanded to parts of 57 cities. Besides, AT&T and T-Mobile continue their selective deployments of mmWave 5G networks focused around venues and other high-traffic locations such as airports.

In this latest 5G Experience report we analyze the experience of our users when they were connected to 5G, combining the measurements taken across all 5G frequency bands. Also, we analyzed how the 5G experience varies across 35 leading U.S. states for 5G, as well as in the capital, Washington, D.C.

Opensignal Awards Table

5G Mobile Experience Awards, USA
October 2021, USA Report
5G Availability
5G Reach
5G Video Experience
5G Games Experience
5G Voice App Experience
5G Download Speed
5G Upload Speed
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Mobile Experience Awards Winners
October 2021, USA
5G Availability
5G Reach
5G Video Experience
5G Games Experience
5G Voice App Experience
5G Download Speed
5G Upload Speed
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Overview

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5G Availability
in %
AT&T
16.4
T-Mobile
34.7
Verizon
9.7
0 8.75 17.5 26.25 35
The brackets represent confidence intervals.
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National Analysis

5G Availability

T-Mobile increased its winning margin on our two measures of a network’s extent — 5G Availability and 5G Reach. Our T-Mobile users spent more than double the amount of time connected to 5G than we have measured on second-placed AT&T, reaching 34.7% of the time with 5G service. Our 5G users on AT&T were connected 16.4% of the time to 5G networks, while our Verizon users spent 9.7% of the time with 5G service.

Our users on all three U.S. carriers experienced declines to their 5G Availability compared to our previous report when T-Mobile’s 5G Availability reached 36.3%, AT&T scored 22.5% and Verizon 10.5%. Often, we see a seasonal effect on the mobile experience in the U.S. and other countries. A drop in 5G Availability was likely due to seasonality as mobile users spend more time outdoors in different, more rural, parts of the country during the warmer months.

However, while T-Mobile and Verizon saw relatively limited declines, as their scores fell by 1.6 and 0.8 percentage points, respectively, AT&T’s score decreased by a greater amount (6.1 percentage points) indicating that seasonality alone does not explain the change in AT&T’s score. It is possible that AT&T may have made some network configuration changes or had other problems with their 5G network that had an impact on its users’ 5G Availability.

Opensignal's 5G Availability compares the amount of time 5G users spent connected to 5G — the higher the percentage, the more time that users on a network were actually connected to 5G.

5G Availability
in %
AT&T
16.4
T-Mobile
34.7
Verizon
9.7
0 8.75 17.5 26.25 35
The brackets represent confidence intervals.
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5G Reach

T-Mobile wins its third 5G Reach award in a row with a score of 7.2 points on a 10-point scale, which represents an increase of 0.1 points since our July 5G report. AT&T places second with 4.9 points — a 0.6 decrease compared to July. Verizon follows at a distance, with a score of 3.4 points, and shows the largest increase of 0.4 points compared to our previous report.

5G Reach represents the proportion of locations where 5G users have connected to 5G out of all the locations those users have visited, on a scale of 0-10. This measure complements our existing 5G Availability metric which represents the proportion of time 5G users spend connected to 5G.

5G Reach
in 0-10 points
AT&T
4.9
T-Mobile
7.2
Verizon
3.4
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
The brackets represent confidence intervals.
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5G Video Experience

Verizon once again places in the Good category (55-65) and wins the 5G Video Experience award outright with a score of 61.3 points, which is statistically unchanged compared to its previous score of 61.2 points from our July report. On the other hand, our AT&T users saw their 5G Video Experience score decrease from 61.3 points to 50.6 points — a 17.5% change — which means the carrier now comes last and scores in the Fair category (40-55), after jointly winning the award with Verizon in July. Finally, T-Mobile has seen a 0.6 points improvement to its 5G Video Experience score and joins Verizon in the Good category with 55.3 points, after scoring 54.8 points last time.

AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile all restrict video streaming quality to standard definition (SD) resolution in their entry-level unlimited 5G data plans. AT&T’s 5G Video Experience decline may be due to many possible reasons, including changes in video traffic management settings, challenges caused by relatively limited amounts of new 5G spectrum available, or more AT&T 5G users now choosing to stream video at lower resolutions.

5G Video Experience
in 0-100 points
AT&T
50.6
T-Mobile
55.3
Verizon
61.3
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
The brackets represent confidence intervals.
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5G Games Experience

Verizon wins the 5G Games Experience award with a score of 80.6 points on a 100-point scale, ahead of AT&T and T-Mobile which scored 73 points and 67.2 points, respectively. Our Verizon users were the only ones to see their average score statistically unchanged since our July report. Our users on AT&T experienced a small decline of 2.3 points, while T-Mobile saw a slight increase of 0.7 points. This has helped Verizon increase its winning margin over second-placed AT&T to 7.5 points, up from 5.5 points in our previous report. Verizon again placed in the Good category (75-85), while T-Mobile, as well as AT&T this time, placed in the Fair category (65-75).

Recently, Verizon and AT&T were both recognized among the top carriers globally showing the greatest uplift in Games Experience on 5G compared to 4G. However, U.S. carriers’ 5G Games Experience scores haven’t changed much since we started reporting on this metric in our April report. In fact, we expect that U.S. carriers will need to deploy 5G standalone access (SA) networks as well as adopt newer 5G standards before their users can fully reap the benefits of 5G and see their mobile gaming experience on 5G improve further.

Opensignal’s 5G Games Experience measures how mobile users experience real-time multiplayer mobile gaming on an operator’s 5G network. Measured on a scale of 0-100, it analyzes how the multiplayer mobile gaming experience is affected by mobile network conditions including latency, packet loss and jitter to determine the impact on gameplay and the overall multiplayer gaming experience.

5G Games Experience
in 0-100 points
AT&T
73.0
T-Mobile
67.2
Verizon
80.6
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
The brackets represent confidence intervals.
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5G Voice App Experience

Little has changed in 5G Voice App Experience for our users since the last report. Despite all three U.S. carriers experiencing very slight declines of 0.3-1.1 points, Verizon wins the award once again and placed in the Good category (80-87) together with AT&T, as they scored 82.7 points and 81.3 points, respectively. T-Mobile comes last with a score of 79.8 points, and although the carrier experienced the smallest decline of 0.3 points, that was enough to move it down into the Acceptable category (74-80) since it scored 80 points in our previous report.

Opensignal's 5G Voice App Experience measures the quality of experience for over-the-top (OTT) voice services — mobile voice apps such as WhatsApp, Skype, Facebook Messenger etc. — when users are connected to a 5G network.

5G Voice App Experience
in 0-100 points
AT&T
81.3
T-Mobile
79.8
Verizon
82.7
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
The brackets represent confidence intervals.
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5G Download Speed

T-Mobile has lined up yet another impressive improvement in 5G Download Speed since our last report. In our April report T-Mobile’s score increased from 58.1 Mbps to 71.3 Mbps — a boost of 22.6% — then jumped to 87.5 Mbps (an increase of 22.8%) in our July report, and has now blown over the 100 Mbps mark to reach 118.7 Mbps in this report — a further increase of 31.1 Mbps (35.6%) compared to July. T-Mobile is reaping the benefits from its ongoing deployment of the 2.5 GHz spectrum it acquired as part of the merger with Sprint, and the carrier is increasing both its population coverage, as well as the amount of spectrum deployed on that band.

On the other hand, our users on Verizon saw their average 5G download speeds increase by 3.7 Mbps to 56 Mbps since our previous report, while AT&T saw a 0.8 Mbps decline that brought it down to third place at 51.5 Mbps, after sharing the second place with Verizon in July when both operators scored 52.3 Mbps.

AT&T and Verizon are waiting for the release of the first block of C-band spectrum in December 2021, to deploy their own mid-band 5G and follow the path T-Mobile pioneered with the deployment of its 2.5 GHz spectrum.

5G Download Speed
in Mbps
AT&T
51.5
T-Mobile
118.7
Verizon
56.0
0 30 60 90 120
The brackets represent confidence intervals.
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5G Upload Speed

T-Mobile maintains its hold of our 5G Upload Speed award with a score of 16.1 Mbps, which is 0.9 Mbps faster than what we observed in our July report. Verizon places second in 5G Upload Speed with a score of 14.4 Mbps, which represents a 0.2 Mbps improvement from our previous report, while AT&T’s score increased from 8.8 Mbps to 9.7 Mbps.

5G Upload Speed
in Mbps
AT&T
9.7
T-Mobile
16.1
Verizon
14.4
0 5 10 15 20
The brackets represent confidence intervals.
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Regional Analysis

Opensignal has analyzed the 5G experience across 35 leading 5G states, as well as the capital Washington, D.C., to understand how the 5G experience varies across the nation.

T-Mobile dominates Opensignal’s regional 5G awards on both measures of the extent of 5G networks. In fact, T-Mobile wins all of the regional 5G Availability awards outright, as well as 34 of the 36 5G Reach awards. AT&T wins 5G Reach outright in California, while sharing the first place with T-Mobile in Arkansas. Our T-Mobile users spent 40% or more of their time connected to 5G in Nevada, Minnesota and D.C., while in the remaining 33 states T-Mobile’s 5G Availability ranged between 31.8% and 39.4%. By contrast, the highest 5G Availability score we measured on AT&T was 28.3% in California, while Verizon’s score reached 21.6% in D.C. Besides, our users on AT&T and Verizon spent less than 10% of their time connected to 5G in 12 and 16 states, respectively.

Verizon wins 5G Video Experience outright in 32 of the geographies analyzed while sharing the award with T-Mobile in Alabama, Connecticut, Hawaii and Louisiana, which were the four states where our Verizon users saw the lowest scores. This time, Verizon secured 34 Good scores (55-65), while achieving a Very Good score (65-75) in D.C. and Arkansas. T-Mobile obtained 25 Good scores and 11 Fair scores (40-55), while all of AT&T’s scores were in the Fair category.

Verizon wins 30 5G Games Experience regional awards outright, while sharing the award with AT&T in Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and Texas, and with both AT&T and T-Mobile in Connecticut and New Jersey. Verizon was the only operator to achieve any Excellent ratings (85 or above), as it exceeded the 85-point mark in D.C., Oregon, Utah and Arizona, while collecting 27 Good scores (75-85) and five Fair scores (65-75). Most of AT&T’s scores were in the Fair category, but the carrier also secured 10 Good scores, despite recording a Poor score (40-65) in Hawaii. On the other hand, we observed half of T-Mobile’s 5G Games Experience scores in the Poor category, 14 in the Fair category, while the carrier achieved a Good rating in D.C., New Jersey, the state of New York and Pennsylvania.

Verizon is the sole winner of the 5G Voice App Experience award in 20 states, while AT&T wins outright in Ohio and Texas. The three national U.S. carriers share the victory in the District of Columbia, while AT&T and Verizon show a statistical tie for first place in 11 of the remaining 13 states, with AT&T and T-Mobile sharing the win in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

T-Mobile dominates our regional 5G Download Speed award table as it wins outright in D.C., as well as in all 35 states analyzed. Our users on all three carriers observed their highest scores in the District of Columbia, although AT&T’s score in D.C. was statistically tied with that of several other regions. However, while AT&T and Verizon reached 70.6 Mbps and 91.8 Mbps in the capital, respectively, our users’ average 5G download speeds on T-Mobile exceeded the 200 Mbps mark at 203.1 Mbps. Our T-Mobile users experienced a 5G Download Speed faster than 100 Mbps in 28 states besides D.C., including 163.1 Mbps in the state of New York, 143.8 Mbps in Illinois and 138.5 Mbps in New Jersey. Verizon scored above 70 Mbps in D.C., Maryland and Michigan, while the larger share of its scores ranged between 50 Mbps and 60 Mbps. AT&T scored above 70 Mbps in D.C. only, while seeing 14 states with a score below 50 Mbps, compared to Verizon’s seven states.

The 0.9 Mbps improvement in 5G Upload Speed we observed on T-Mobile’s 5G network at the national level spilled over into our regional table. In fact, this time T-Mobile wins outright 16 regional awards for 5G Upload Speed, while Verizon is the sole winner in 10 states. T-Mobile and Verizon share the victory in the remaining 10 states. Our T-Mobile users still see the fastest upload speeds that we have recorded on U.S. 5G networks, as T-Mobile reached 28.3 Mbps in the state of New York, 27 Mbps in D.C. and 23.2 Mbps in New Jersey. Our Verizon users experienced 5G Upload Speed in excess of 20 Mbps in D.C. (20.9 Mbps) and Illinois (20.1 Mbps), while AT&T’s fastest 5G Upload Speed was a tie break between the state of Washington, the capital D.C., and Oregon, where our users experienced 11.7 Mbps, 11.2 Mbps and 10.9 Mbps, respectively.

Select any region or city below to display individual breakdown

Alabama

5G Availability
in Alabama
in %
AT&T
17.1
T-Mobile
38.0
Verizon
11.8
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5G Reach
in Alabama
in 0-10 points
AT&T
4.1
T-Mobile
6.6
Verizon
3.0
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5G Video Experience
in Alabama
in 0-100 points
AT&T
48.5
T-Mobile
54.5
Verizon
57.4
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5G Games Experience
in Alabama
in 0-100 points
AT&T
72.3
T-Mobile
63.2
Verizon
76.4
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5G Voice App Experience
in Alabama
in 0-100 points
AT&T
81.0
T-Mobile
80.3
Verizon
82.8
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5G Download Speed
in Alabama
in Mbps
AT&T
42.4
T-Mobile
95.2
Verizon
47.1
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5G Upload Speed
in Alabama
in Mbps
AT&T
8.2
T-Mobile
15.3
Verizon
13.3
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Arizona

5G Availability
in Arizona
in %
AT&T
7.8
T-Mobile
34.4
Verizon
8.2
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5G Reach
in Arizona
in 0-10 points
AT&T
2.4
T-Mobile
6.9
Verizon
3.2
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5G Video Experience
in Arizona
in 0-100 points
AT&T
50.2
T-Mobile
55.0
Verizon
62.9
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5G Games Experience
in Arizona
in 0-100 points
AT&T
67.6
T-Mobile
64.2
Verizon
85.2
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5G Voice App Experience
in Arizona
in 0-100 points
AT&T
80.0
T-Mobile
78.9
Verizon
84.3
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5G Download Speed
in Arizona
in Mbps
AT&T
50.3
T-Mobile
125.1
Verizon
65.6
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5G Upload Speed
in Arizona
in Mbps
AT&T
5.7
T-Mobile
13.7
Verizon
18.5
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Arkansas

5G Availability
in Arkansas
in %
AT&T
21.7
T-Mobile
36.0
Verizon
5.3
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5G Reach
in Arkansas
in 0-10 points
AT&T
5.3
T-Mobile
5.7
Verizon
1.0
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5G Video Experience
in Arkansas
in 0-100 points
AT&T
48.9
T-Mobile
52.6
Verizon
65.1
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5G Games Experience
in Arkansas
in 0-100 points
AT&T
67.0
T-Mobile
55.2
Verizon
75.0
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5G Voice App Experience
in Arkansas
in 0-100 points
AT&T
80.8
T-Mobile
78.8
Verizon
81.7
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5G Download Speed
in Arkansas
in Mbps
AT&T
45.5
T-Mobile
84.7
Verizon
62.0
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5G Upload Speed
in Arkansas
in Mbps
AT&T
8.6
T-Mobile
11.2
Verizon
13.1
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California

5G Availability
in California
in %
AT&T
28.3
T-Mobile
31.8
Verizon
13.8
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5G Reach
in California
in 0-10 points
AT&T
7.2
T-Mobile
7.0
Verizon
4.6
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5G Video Experience
in California
in 0-100 points
AT&T
51.3
T-Mobile
55.1
Verizon
62.4
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5G Games Experience
in California
in 0-100 points
AT&T
77.1
T-Mobile
72.5
Verizon
84.7
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5G Voice App Experience
in California
in 0-100 points
AT&T
81.4
T-Mobile
79.9
Verizon
83.4
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5G Download Speed
in California
in Mbps
AT&T
46.7
T-Mobile
113.2
Verizon
54.8
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5G Upload Speed
in California
in Mbps
AT&T
10.7
T-Mobile
18.6
Verizon
17.6
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Colorado

5G Availability
in Colorado
in %
AT&T
10.9
T-Mobile
32.7
Verizon
10.5
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5G Reach
in Colorado
in 0-10 points
AT&T
3.2
T-Mobile
6.6
Verizon
3.4
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5G Video Experience
in Colorado
in 0-100 points
AT&T
50.2
T-Mobile
53.2
Verizon
63.6
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5G Games Experience
in Colorado
in 0-100 points
AT&T
66.5
T-Mobile
56.7
Verizon
79.8
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5G Voice App Experience
in Colorado
in 0-100 points
AT&T
80.7
T-Mobile
77.7
Verizon
83.6
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5G Download Speed
in Colorado
in Mbps
AT&T
60.2
T-Mobile
99.0
Verizon
55.4
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5G Upload Speed
in Colorado
in Mbps
AT&T
9.8
T-Mobile
10.3
Verizon
14.8
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Connecticut

5G Availability
in Connecticut
in %
AT&T
23.0
T-Mobile
37.3
Verizon
3.2
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5G Reach
in Connecticut
in 0-10 points
AT&T
6.5
T-Mobile
7.1
Verizon
1.4
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5G Video Experience
in Connecticut
in 0-100 points
AT&T
51.0
T-Mobile
55.6
Verizon
55.8
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5G Games Experience
in Connecticut
in 0-100 points
AT&T
74.3
T-Mobile
72.5
Verizon
74.1
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5G Voice App Experience
in Connecticut
in 0-100 points
AT&T
80.7
T-Mobile
80.5
Verizon
82.6
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5G Download Speed
in Connecticut
in Mbps
AT&T
47.3
T-Mobile
133.2
Verizon
46.1
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5G Upload Speed
in Connecticut
in Mbps
AT&T
8.1
T-Mobile
17.6
Verizon
12.0
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District of Columbia

5G Availability
in District of Columbia
in %
AT&T
16.8
T-Mobile
42.0
Verizon
21.6
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5G Reach
in District of Columbia
in 0-10 points
AT&T
4.0
T-Mobile
7.5
Verizon
4.9
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5G Video Experience
in District of Columbia
in 0-100 points
AT&T
49.6
T-Mobile
55.9
Verizon
65.6
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5G Games Experience
in District of Columbia
in 0-100 points
AT&T
70.1
T-Mobile
79.5
Verizon
87.4
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5G Voice App Experience
in District of Columbia
in 0-100 points
AT&T
79.7
T-Mobile
80.7
Verizon
82.4
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5G Download Speed
in District of Columbia
in Mbps
AT&T
70.6
T-Mobile
203.1
Verizon
91.8
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5G Upload Speed
in District of Columbia
in Mbps
AT&T
11.2
T-Mobile
27.0
Verizon
20.9
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Florida

5G Availability
in Florida
in %
AT&T
22.2
T-Mobile
35.1
Verizon
8.5
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5G Reach
in Florida
in 0-10 points
AT&T
6.2
T-Mobile
7.4
Verizon
2.9
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5G Video Experience
in Florida
in 0-100 points
AT&T
50.0
T-Mobile
53.5
Verizon
60.0
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5G Games Experience
in Florida
in 0-100 points
AT&T
71.6
T-Mobile
59.6
Verizon
76.9
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5G Voice App Experience
in Florida
in 0-100 points
AT&T
81.0
T-Mobile
78.9
Verizon
82.2
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5G Download Speed
in Florida
in Mbps
AT&T
42.4
T-Mobile
100.2
Verizon
55.2
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5G Upload Speed
in Florida
in Mbps
AT&T
9.3
T-Mobile
13.3
Verizon
12.4
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Georgia

5G Availability
in Georgia
in %
AT&T
22.9
T-Mobile
36.2
Verizon
11.7
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5G Reach
in Georgia
in 0-10 points
AT&T
5.6
T-Mobile
6.8
Verizon
2.9
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5G Video Experience
in Georgia
in 0-100 points
AT&T
50.0
T-Mobile
54.6
Verizon
60.9
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5G Games Experience
in Georgia
in 0-100 points
AT&T
74.8
T-Mobile
65.6
Verizon
79.9
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5G Voice App Experience
in Georgia
in 0-100 points
AT&T
81.2
T-Mobile
79.8
Verizon
83.3
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5G Download Speed
in Georgia
in Mbps
AT&T
44.4
T-Mobile
101.1
Verizon
56.3
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5G Upload Speed
in Georgia
in Mbps
AT&T
8.0
T-Mobile
14.5
Verizon
13.8
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Hawaii

5G Availability
in Hawaii
in %
AT&T
18.3
T-Mobile
34.0
Verizon
14.3
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5G Reach
in Hawaii
in 0-10 points
AT&T
5.2
T-Mobile
7.4
Verizon
4.1
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5G Video Experience
in Hawaii
in 0-100 points
AT&T
47.9
T-Mobile
53.2
Verizon
56.6
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5G Games Experience
in Hawaii
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.6
T-Mobile
62.2
Verizon
72.4
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5G Voice App Experience
in Hawaii
in 0-100 points
AT&T
79.1
T-Mobile
79.7
Verizon
83.1
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5G Download Speed
in Hawaii
in Mbps
AT&T
32.0
T-Mobile
125.5
Verizon
48.5
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5G Upload Speed
in Hawaii
in Mbps
AT&T
7.7
T-Mobile
18.5
Verizon
17.6
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Illinois

5G Availability
in Illinois
in %
AT&T
23.3
T-Mobile
39.4
Verizon
16.0
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5G Reach
in Illinois
in 0-10 points
AT&T
5.7
T-Mobile
7.6
Verizon
4.2
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5G Video Experience
in Illinois
in 0-100 points
AT&T
52.1
T-Mobile
56.0
Verizon
63.1
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5G Games Experience
in Illinois
in 0-100 points
AT&T
77.5
T-Mobile
67.9
Verizon
84.4
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5G Voice App Experience
in Illinois
in 0-100 points
AT&T
81.9
T-Mobile
80.5
Verizon
83.9
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5G Download Speed
in Illinois
in Mbps
AT&T
57.4
T-Mobile
143.8
Verizon
52.9
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5G Upload Speed
in Illinois
in Mbps
AT&T
10.2
T-Mobile
15.7
Verizon
20.1
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Indiana

5G Availability
in Indiana
in %
AT&T
19.1
T-Mobile
37.5
Verizon
8.9
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5G Reach
in Indiana
in 0-10 points
AT&T
4.7
T-Mobile
6.6
Verizon
2.4
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5G Video Experience
in Indiana
in 0-100 points
AT&T
52.1
T-Mobile
55.8
Verizon
62.9
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5G Games Experience
in Indiana
in 0-100 points
AT&T
76.7
T-Mobile
60.4
Verizon
83.7
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5G Voice App Experience
in Indiana
in 0-100 points
AT&T
81.8
T-Mobile
78.8
Verizon
83.8
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5G Download Speed
in Indiana
in Mbps
AT&T
54.8
T-Mobile
114.2
Verizon
65.9
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5G Upload Speed
in Indiana
in Mbps
AT&T
10.4
T-Mobile
11.6
Verizon
17.0
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Kansas

5G Availability
in Kansas
in %
AT&T
5.4
T-Mobile
36.8
Verizon
9.8
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5G Reach
in Kansas
in 0-10 points
AT&T
1.7
T-Mobile
6.7
Verizon
2.6
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5G Video Experience
in Kansas
in 0-100 points
AT&T
50.1
T-Mobile
54.7
Verizon
61.4
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5G Games Experience
in Kansas
in 0-100 points
AT&T
69.6
T-Mobile
59.0
Verizon
82.3
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5G Voice App Experience
in Kansas
in 0-100 points
AT&T
81.6
T-Mobile
79.7
Verizon
84.0
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5G Download Speed
in Kansas
in Mbps
AT&T
59.6
T-Mobile
131.0
Verizon
45.6
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5G Upload Speed
in Kansas
in Mbps
AT&T
9.1
T-Mobile
12.1
Verizon
13.8
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Kentucky

5G Availability
in Kentucky
in %
AT&T
16.9
T-Mobile
39.3
Verizon
8.4
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5G Reach
in Kentucky
in 0-10 points
AT&T
4.0
T-Mobile
6.5
Verizon
1.7
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5G Video Experience
in Kentucky
in 0-100 points
AT&T
50.8
T-Mobile
55.5
Verizon
60.8
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5G Games Experience
in Kentucky
in 0-100 points
AT&T
73.3
T-Mobile
59.3
Verizon
82.3
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5G Voice App Experience
in Kentucky
in 0-100 points
AT&T
81.9
T-Mobile
78.9
Verizon
83.6
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5G Download Speed
in Kentucky
in Mbps
AT&T
46.4
T-Mobile
111.3
Verizon
51.8
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5G Upload Speed
in Kentucky
in Mbps
AT&T
9.9
T-Mobile
12.0
Verizon
10.8
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Louisiana

5G Availability
in Louisiana
in %
AT&T
24.9
T-Mobile
39.2
Verizon
8.0
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5G Reach
in Louisiana
in 0-10 points
AT&T
5.9
T-Mobile
6.6
Verizon
1.9
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5G Video Experience
in Louisiana
in 0-100 points
AT&T
48.7
T-Mobile
55.0
Verizon
58.4
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5G Games Experience
in Louisiana
in 0-100 points
AT&T
66.9
T-Mobile
59.5
Verizon
71.7
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5G Voice App Experience
in Louisiana
in 0-100 points
AT&T
80.9
T-Mobile
79.2
Verizon
81.5
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5G Download Speed
in Louisiana
in Mbps
AT&T
38.7
T-Mobile
105.6
Verizon
59.0
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5G Upload Speed
in Louisiana
in Mbps
AT&T
8.0
T-Mobile
12.8
Verizon
12.6
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Maryland

5G Availability
in Maryland
in %
AT&T
11.2
T-Mobile
36.1
Verizon
11.7
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5G Reach
in Maryland
in 0-10 points
AT&T
3.5
T-Mobile
7.0
Verizon
3.4
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5G Video Experience
in Maryland
in 0-100 points
AT&T
51.5
T-Mobile
53.7
Verizon
61.9
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5G Games Experience
in Maryland
in 0-100 points
AT&T
76.2
T-Mobile
74.5
Verizon
82.7
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5G Voice App Experience
in Maryland
in 0-100 points
AT&T
82.0
T-Mobile
79.6
Verizon
81.4
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5G Download Speed
in Maryland
in Mbps
AT&T
67.5
T-Mobile
131.7
Verizon
73.1
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5G Upload Speed
in Maryland
in Mbps
AT&T
9.8
T-Mobile
16.6
Verizon
15.1
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Massachusetts

5G Availability
in Massachusetts
in %
AT&T
23.7
T-Mobile
34.4
Verizon
2.8
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5G Reach
in Massachusetts
in 0-10 points
AT&T
6.1
T-Mobile
6.6
Verizon
1.5
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5G Video Experience
in Massachusetts
in 0-100 points
AT&T
52.8
T-Mobile
55.1
Verizon
64.6
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5G Games Experience
in Massachusetts
in 0-100 points
AT&T
77.1
T-Mobile
72.9
Verizon
77.7
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5G Voice App Experience
in Massachusetts
in 0-100 points
AT&T
81.0
T-Mobile
80.7
Verizon
82.8
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5G Download Speed
in Massachusetts
in Mbps
AT&T
56.6
T-Mobile
93.6
Verizon
61.8
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5G Upload Speed
in Massachusetts
in Mbps
AT&T
9.8
T-Mobile
16.6
Verizon
14.8
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Michigan

5G Availability
in Michigan
in %
AT&T
4.6
T-Mobile
34.2
Verizon
10.1
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5G Reach
in Michigan
in 0-10 points
AT&T
2.1
T-Mobile
6.6
Verizon
3.2
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5G Video Experience
in Michigan
in 0-100 points
AT&T
51.7
T-Mobile
55.8
Verizon
61.7
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5G Games Experience
in Michigan
in 0-100 points
AT&T
71.0
T-Mobile
62.8
Verizon
82.6
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5G Voice App Experience
in Michigan
in 0-100 points
AT&T
81.4
T-Mobile
79.5
Verizon
84.4
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5G Download Speed
in Michigan
in Mbps
AT&T
62.6
T-Mobile
87.0
Verizon
71.4
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5G Upload Speed
in Michigan
in Mbps
AT&T
7.8
T-Mobile
11.8
Verizon
16.0
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Minnesota

5G Availability
in Minnesota
in %
AT&T
4.7
T-Mobile
40.2
Verizon
8.6
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5G Reach
in Minnesota
in 0-10 points
AT&T
2.3
T-Mobile
7.6
Verizon
2.9
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5G Video Experience
in Minnesota
in 0-100 points
AT&T
51.1
T-Mobile
55.6
Verizon
61.1
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5G Games Experience
in Minnesota
in 0-100 points
AT&T
65.5
T-Mobile
63.3
Verizon
84.4
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5G Voice App Experience
in Minnesota
in 0-100 points
AT&T
80.3
T-Mobile
79.9
Verizon
83.5
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5G Download Speed
in Minnesota
in Mbps
AT&T
62.5
T-Mobile
124.8
Verizon
67.1
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5G Upload Speed
in Minnesota
in Mbps
AT&T
9.0
T-Mobile
14.1
Verizon
18.7
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Missouri

5G Availability
in Missouri
in %
AT&T
10.8
T-Mobile
38.8
Verizon
9.7
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5G Reach
in Missouri
in 0-10 points
AT&T
3.2
T-Mobile
7.0
Verizon
2.4
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5G Video Experience
in Missouri
in 0-100 points
AT&T
52.2
T-Mobile
56.8
Verizon
64.1
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5G Games Experience
in Missouri
in 0-100 points
AT&T
73.7
T-Mobile
59.2
Verizon
82.2
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5G Voice App Experience
in Missouri
in 0-100 points
AT&T
82.4
T-Mobile
78.9
Verizon
83.7
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5G Download Speed
in Missouri
in Mbps
AT&T
66.7
T-Mobile
125.7
Verizon
52.1
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5G Upload Speed
in Missouri
in Mbps
AT&T
9.7
T-Mobile
12.6
Verizon
16.0
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Nevada

5G Availability
in Nevada
in %
AT&T
14.5
T-Mobile
40.4
Verizon
10.4
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5G Reach
in Nevada
in 0-10 points
AT&T
3.9
T-Mobile
7.1
Verizon
3.0
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5G Video Experience
in Nevada
in 0-100 points
AT&T
49.3
T-Mobile
55.9
Verizon
61.5
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5G Games Experience
in Nevada
in 0-100 points
AT&T
72.6
T-Mobile
68.6
Verizon
83.4
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5G Voice App Experience
in Nevada
in 0-100 points
AT&T
81.0
T-Mobile
79.1
Verizon
83.2
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5G Download Speed
in Nevada
in Mbps
AT&T
45.8
T-Mobile
119.3
Verizon
52.3
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5G Upload Speed
in Nevada
in Mbps
AT&T
9.1
T-Mobile
14.8
Verizon
14.2
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New Jersey

5G Availability
in New Jersey
in %
AT&T
8.9
T-Mobile
38.0
Verizon
13.2
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5G Reach
in New Jersey
in 0-10 points
AT&T
3.1
T-Mobile
7.2
Verizon
4.0
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5G Video Experience
in New Jersey
in 0-100 points
AT&T
51.9
T-Mobile
57.3
Verizon
59.6
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5G Games Experience
in New Jersey
in 0-100 points
AT&T
76.6
T-Mobile
78.8
Verizon
79.4
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5G Voice App Experience
in New Jersey
in 0-100 points
AT&T
81.2
T-Mobile
81.3
Verizon
80.5
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5G Download Speed
in New Jersey
in Mbps
AT&T
66.0
T-Mobile
138.5
Verizon
59.1
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5G Upload Speed
in New Jersey
in Mbps
AT&T
10.5
T-Mobile
23.2
Verizon
13.3
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New Mexico

5G Availability
in New Mexico
in %
AT&T
14.5
T-Mobile
38.5
Verizon
6.9
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5G Reach
in New Mexico
in 0-10 points
AT&T
2.5
T-Mobile
6.9
Verizon
1.4
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5G Video Experience
in New Mexico
in 0-100 points
AT&T
48.7
T-Mobile
54.2
Verizon
61.7
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5G Games Experience
in New Mexico
in 0-100 points
AT&T
70.0
T-Mobile
65.1
Verizon
80.4
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5G Voice App Experience
in New Mexico
in 0-100 points
AT&T
81.8
T-Mobile
78.9
Verizon
83.2
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5G Download Speed
in New Mexico
in Mbps
AT&T
42.4
T-Mobile
74.4
Verizon
58.3
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5G Upload Speed
in New Mexico
in Mbps
AT&T
9.0
T-Mobile
16.5
Verizon
18.3
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New York

5G Availability
in New York
in %
AT&T
15.5
T-Mobile
35.0
Verizon
7.3
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5G Reach
in New York
in 0-10 points
AT&T
4.8
T-Mobile
6.9
Verizon
2.6
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5G Video Experience
in New York
in 0-100 points
AT&T
51.2
T-Mobile
57.9
Verizon
63.3
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5G Games Experience
in New York
in 0-100 points
AT&T
79.6
T-Mobile
78.7
Verizon
81.7
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5G Voice App Experience
in New York
in 0-100 points
AT&T
82.7
T-Mobile
81.2
Verizon
82.7
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5G Download Speed
in New York
in Mbps
AT&T
58.1
T-Mobile
163.1
Verizon
65.5
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5G Upload Speed
in New York
in Mbps
AT&T
10.2
T-Mobile
28.3
Verizon
17.0
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North Carolina

5G Availability
in North Carolina
in %
AT&T
7.3
T-Mobile
34.0
Verizon
11.1
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5G Reach
in North Carolina
in 0-10 points
AT&T
1.8
T-Mobile
6.1
Verizon
3.3
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5G Video Experience
in North Carolina
in 0-100 points
AT&T
51.4
T-Mobile
55.1
Verizon
60.1
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5G Games Experience
in North Carolina
in 0-100 points
AT&T
78.3
T-Mobile
72.0
Verizon
83.3
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5G Voice App Experience
in North Carolina
in 0-100 points
AT&T
82.4
T-Mobile
80.0
Verizon
83.6
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5G Download Speed
in North Carolina
in Mbps
AT&T
57.8
T-Mobile
115.4
Verizon
52.9
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5G Upload Speed
in North Carolina
in Mbps
AT&T
9.6
T-Mobile
14.7
Verizon
11.7
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Ohio

5G Availability
in Ohio
in %
AT&T
8.8
T-Mobile
35.8
Verizon
10.3
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5G Reach
in Ohio
in 0-10 points
AT&T
2.9
T-Mobile
6.7
Verizon
3.1
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5G Video Experience
in Ohio
in 0-100 points
AT&T
51.8
T-Mobile
55.7
Verizon
59.8
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5G Games Experience
in Ohio
in 0-100 points
AT&T
74.1
T-Mobile
65.9
Verizon
76.6
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5G Voice App Experience
in Ohio
in 0-100 points
AT&T
82.5
T-Mobile
80.2
Verizon
81.5
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5G Download Speed
in Ohio
in Mbps
AT&T
63.7
T-Mobile
125.5
Verizon
48.6
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5G Upload Speed
in Ohio
in Mbps
AT&T
9.0
T-Mobile
13.4
Verizon
10.8
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Oklahoma

5G Availability
in Oklahoma
in %
AT&T
15.9
T-Mobile
38.8
Verizon
10.2
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5G Reach
in Oklahoma
in 0-10 points
AT&T
4.3
T-Mobile
6.9
Verizon
2.3
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5G Video Experience
in Oklahoma
in 0-100 points
AT&T
49.7
T-Mobile
54.7
Verizon
58.5
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5G Games Experience
in Oklahoma
in 0-100 points
AT&T
72.2
T-Mobile
61.3
Verizon
74.5
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5G Voice App Experience
in Oklahoma
in 0-100 points
AT&T
82.1
T-Mobile
79.7
Verizon
82.0
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5G Download Speed
in Oklahoma
in Mbps
AT&T
45.3
T-Mobile
116.3
Verizon
38.6
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5G Upload Speed
in Oklahoma
in Mbps
AT&T
10.7
T-Mobile
14.0
Verizon
8.2
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Oregon

5G Availability
in Oregon
in %
AT&T
5.2
T-Mobile
36.0
Verizon
8.5
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5G Reach
in Oregon
in 0-10 points
AT&T
2.3
T-Mobile
6.7
Verizon
2.3
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5G Video Experience
in Oregon
in 0-100 points
AT&T
52.8
T-Mobile
56.5
Verizon
61.6
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5G Games Experience
in Oregon
in 0-100 points
AT&T
73.8
T-Mobile
64.1
Verizon
85.8
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5G Voice App Experience
in Oregon
in 0-100 points
AT&T
82.0
T-Mobile
79.7
Verizon
83.0
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5G Download Speed
in Oregon
in Mbps
AT&T
66.2
T-Mobile
113.5
Verizon
57.1
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5G Upload Speed
in Oregon
in Mbps
AT&T
10.9
T-Mobile
13.3
Verizon
14.2
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Pennsylvania

5G Availability
in Pennsylvania
in %
AT&T
12.7
T-Mobile
36.2
Verizon
9.8
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5G Reach
in Pennsylvania
in 0-10 points
AT&T
3.8
T-Mobile
6.8
Verizon
2.8
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5G Video Experience
in Pennsylvania
in 0-100 points
AT&T
52.6
T-Mobile
56.1
Verizon
60.2
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5G Games Experience
in Pennsylvania
in 0-100 points
AT&T
76.7
T-Mobile
76.8
Verizon
78.8
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5G Voice App Experience
in Pennsylvania
in 0-100 points
AT&T
81.8
T-Mobile
81.2
Verizon
80.8
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5G Download Speed
in Pennsylvania
in Mbps
AT&T
65.3
T-Mobile
116.8
Verizon
56.3
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5G Upload Speed
in Pennsylvania
in Mbps
AT&T
10.3
T-Mobile
18.4
Verizon
11.5
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South Carolina

5G Availability
in South Carolina
in %
AT&T
6.6
T-Mobile
36.3
Verizon
12.8
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5G Reach
in South Carolina
in 0-10 points
AT&T
1.3
T-Mobile
6.5
Verizon
3.2
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5G Video Experience
in South Carolina
in 0-100 points
AT&T
48.1
T-Mobile
55.8
Verizon
61.5
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5G Games Experience
in South Carolina
in 0-100 points
AT&T
74.4
T-Mobile
74.2
Verizon
82.6
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5G Voice App Experience
in South Carolina
in 0-100 points
AT&T
81.9
T-Mobile
81.1
Verizon
83.2
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5G Download Speed
in South Carolina
in Mbps
AT&T
54.0
T-Mobile
122.2
Verizon
51.4
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5G Upload Speed
in South Carolina
in Mbps
AT&T
9.2
T-Mobile
16.9
Verizon
11.5
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Tennessee

5G Availability
in Tennessee
in %
AT&T
19.2
T-Mobile
37.8
Verizon
11.0
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5G Reach
in Tennessee
in 0-10 points
AT&T
4.5
T-Mobile
6.6
Verizon
3.1
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5G Video Experience
in Tennessee
in 0-100 points
AT&T
50.4
T-Mobile
56.4
Verizon
61.9
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5G Games Experience
in Tennessee
in 0-100 points
AT&T
74.6
T-Mobile
60.1
Verizon
78.5
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5G Voice App Experience
in Tennessee
in 0-100 points
AT&T
81.4
T-Mobile
79.0
Verizon
82.8
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5G Download Speed
in Tennessee
in Mbps
AT&T
45.6
T-Mobile
110.6
Verizon
57.9
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5G Upload Speed
in Tennessee
in Mbps
AT&T
8.8
T-Mobile
12.7
Verizon
16.7
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Texas

5G Availability
in Texas
in %
AT&T
24.4
T-Mobile
37.8
Verizon
11.2
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5G Reach
in Texas
in 0-10 points
AT&T
6.5
T-Mobile
7.4
Verizon
3.3
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5G Video Experience
in Texas
in 0-100 points
AT&T
49.4
T-Mobile
55.6
Verizon
60.7
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5G Games Experience
in Texas
in 0-100 points
AT&T
71.2
T-Mobile
62.6
Verizon
71.1
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5G Voice App Experience
in Texas
in 0-100 points
AT&T
81.4
T-Mobile
79.6
Verizon
80.4
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5G Download Speed
in Texas
in Mbps
AT&T
41.4
T-Mobile
124.4
Verizon
44.8
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5G Upload Speed
in Texas
in Mbps
AT&T
10.8
T-Mobile
15.8
Verizon
10.2
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Utah

5G Availability
in Utah
in %
AT&T
7.9
T-Mobile
34.3
Verizon
12.5
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5G Reach
in Utah
in 0-10 points
AT&T
2.8
T-Mobile
6.9
Verizon
3.8
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5G Video Experience
in Utah
in 0-100 points
AT&T
49.3
T-Mobile
55.6
Verizon
63.4
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5G Games Experience
in Utah
in 0-100 points
AT&T
70.6
T-Mobile
67.9
Verizon
85.6
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5G Voice App Experience
in Utah
in 0-100 points
AT&T
80.6
T-Mobile
79.5
Verizon
84.4
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5G Download Speed
in Utah
in Mbps
AT&T
57.1
T-Mobile
121.8
Verizon
59.2
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5G Upload Speed
in Utah
in Mbps
AT&T
9.3
T-Mobile
17.3
Verizon
18.4
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Virginia

5G Availability
in Virginia
in %
AT&T
7.6
T-Mobile
33.3
Verizon
11.0
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5G Reach
in Virginia
in 0-10 points
AT&T
2.1
T-Mobile
6.4
Verizon
3.0
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5G Video Experience
in Virginia
in 0-100 points
AT&T
52.3
T-Mobile
54.0
Verizon
61.1
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5G Games Experience
in Virginia
in 0-100 points
AT&T
75.4
T-Mobile
72.2
Verizon
80.9
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5G Voice App Experience
in Virginia
in 0-100 points
AT&T
82.1
T-Mobile
79.7
Verizon
81.5
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5G Download Speed
in Virginia
in Mbps
AT&T
65.9
T-Mobile
135.3
Verizon
60.0
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5G Upload Speed
in Virginia
in Mbps
AT&T
10.2
T-Mobile
17.5
Verizon
12.7
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Washington

5G Availability
in Washington
in %
AT&T
4.7
T-Mobile
36.6
Verizon
14.1
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5G Reach
in Washington
in 0-10 points
AT&T
2.4
T-Mobile
7.1
Verizon
4.2
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5G Video Experience
in Washington
in 0-100 points
AT&T
51.3
T-Mobile
56.3
Verizon
61.7
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5G Games Experience
in Washington
in 0-100 points
AT&T
74.1
T-Mobile
65.1
Verizon
83.8
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5G Voice App Experience
in Washington
in 0-100 points
AT&T
83.0
T-Mobile
79.8
Verizon
82.8
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5G Download Speed
in Washington
in Mbps
AT&T
64.1
T-Mobile
110.0
Verizon
57.7
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5G Upload Speed
in Washington
in Mbps
AT&T
11.7
T-Mobile
14.0
Verizon
15.2
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Wisconsin

5G Availability
in Wisconsin
in %
AT&T
12.8
T-Mobile
33.5
Verizon
9.4
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5G Reach
in Wisconsin
in 0-10 points
AT&T
3.2
T-Mobile
6.0
Verizon
2.3
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5G Video Experience
in Wisconsin
in 0-100 points
AT&T
53.0
T-Mobile
55.3
Verizon
60.1
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5G Games Experience
in Wisconsin
in 0-100 points
AT&T
73.9
T-Mobile
60.5
Verizon
79.9
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5G Voice App Experience
in Wisconsin
in 0-100 points
AT&T
80.7
T-Mobile
78.9
Verizon
82.6
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5G Download Speed
in Wisconsin
in Mbps
AT&T
62.2
T-Mobile
88.6
Verizon
53.4
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5G Upload Speed
in Wisconsin
in Mbps
AT&T
9.5
T-Mobile
10.7
Verizon
11.6
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We continually adapt our methodology to best represent the true experience of smartphone users. Therefore, comparisons of the results to past reports should be considered indicative only.

For every metric we calculate statistical confidence intervals indicated on our graphs. When confidence intervals overlap, our measured results are too close to declare a winner. In those cases, we show a statistical draw. For this reason, some metrics have multiple winners.

In our bar graphs we represent confidence intervals as boundaries on either sides of graph bars. In our supporting-metric charts we show confidence intervals as +/- numerical values.

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For every metric we calculate statistical confidence intervals indicated on our graphs. When confidence intervals overlap, our measured results are too close to declare a winner. In those cases, we show a statistical draw. For this reason, some metrics have multiple operator winners.

In our bar graphs we represent confidence intervals as boundaries on either sides of graph bars.

In our supporting-metric charts we show confidence intervals as +/- numerical values.

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