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Mobile Network Experience Report
January 2024

Opensignal is the independent global standard for analyzing consumer mobile experience. Our industry reports are the definitive guide to understanding the true experience consumers receive on wireless networks.

Author: Robert Wyrzykowski, Senior Analyst Data Collection Period: Sep 16 - Dec 14, 2023

USA

Mobile Network Experience Report
January 2024

Opensignal is the independent global standard for analyzing consumer mobile experience. Our industry reports are the definitive guide to understanding the true experience consumers receive on wireless networks.

Author: Robert Wyrzykowski, Senior Analyst

Data Collection Period: Sep 16 - Dec 14, 2023

Key Findings

T-Mobile users have 2.5 times faster download speeds than their AT&T peers and three times faster than those on Verizon

Once again, T-Mobile wins both overall speed awards outright. It retains Download Speed Experience with a score of 113.1Mbps and Upload Speed Experience with a score of 12.1Mbps. T-Mobile has increased its winning margins over AT&T and Verizon for both metrics compared to the previous U.S. Mobile Network Experience report. Our T-Mobile users enjoy 2.5 times faster average overall download speeds than their AT&T peers and around three times faster than those on Verizon’s network.

Verizon wins all three 5G experiential awards

Verizon defends all three 5G experiential awards it won in the previous report — 5G Video Experience, 5G Live Video Experience and 5G Games Experience — and wins them again outright. For 5G Live Video Experience, all U.S. national carriers rate as Excellent (58 or above) — our users are, on average, able to stream real-time video at least at 1080p with low loading times, little stalling, and a satisfactory live offset.

T-Mobile surpasses the 200Mbps milestone for 5G Download Speed, while Verizon increases its lead for 5G Upload Speed

Powered with the 2.5GHz spectrum band, T-Mobile triumphs for 5G Download Speed with a score of 204.9Mbps — hitting the 200Mbps milestone for the first time. However, AT&T and Verizon have whittled away at T-Mobile’s lead in 5G Download Speed due to boosts in their scores of 43.5Mbps (54.4%) and 39Mbps (40.5%). These increases are driven by the additional C-band spectrum both AT&T and Verizon gained access to in August 2023. Furthermore, Verizon wins 5G Upload Speed outright for the second time in a row, with a score of 19.9Mbps. It increases its winning margin over T-Mobile to 2.3Mbps — up from 0.3Mbps in the previous report.

Verizon wins Coverage Experience outright, while T-Mobile takes the top spot for 5G Coverage Experience

Opensignal’s new Coverage Experience metrics measure the geographic coverage of populated areas. Coverage Experience goes to Verizon, which wins the award outright with a score of 9.5 points on a 10-point scale — 0.5 points ahead of AT&T and one point ahead of T-Mobile. Meanwhile, T-Mobile triumphs for 5G Coverage Experience with a score of 7.4 points on a 10-point scale. AT&T comes second, 1.6 points behind the winner, while Verizon takes third place, with a score of 5.4 points.

AT&T retains the Availability award

Availability reflects the proportion of time all Opensignal users on an operator’s network had either a 3G, 4G or 5G connection. AT&T remains the sole winner for Availability, with a score of 99.5% — which is the operator’s only national win. AT&T’s score beats Verizon’s by 0.2 percentage points. T-Mobile comes third with a score of 98.5%, one percentage point behind the winner.

T-Mobile wins Consistent Quality for the second consecutive time

Our U.S. users see the most consistent quality of services on T-Mobile’s network. The operator secures the Consistent Quality award outright for the second time in a row, scoring 80.3% and a lead of 3.7 percentage points over Verizon. AT&T comes third with a score of 75.7%. AT&T’s and T-Mobile’s scores increased by 0.5 and 0.4 percentage points, respectively, while Verizon's score dropped by 0.2 percentage points. Consistent Quality quantifies how often users’ experience on a network is sufficient to support various more demanding common applications used for a range of common tasks. It measures download speed, upload speed, latency, jitter, packet loss, and time to first byte.

Mobile Experience Awards

January 2024, USA Report
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Market Overview

In Opensignal's latest U.S. Mobile Network Experience report we introduce new Coverage Experience metrics that measure the extent of overall and 5G coverage in the places our users live, work, and travel. Verizon comes first for Coverage Experience, while T-Mobile wins 5G Coverage Experience outright.

Aside from the newly introduced categories, we do not see any changes in award holders across all overall and 5G categories. All operators retain the awards they won in the previous Mobile Network Experience and 5G Experience reports published in July 2023. T-Mobile leads the award count with nine outright wins out of 15 awards available. It achieves the clean sweep in the overall experience section, commands significant leads for 5G Download Speed and 5G Availability and completes its haul with the Consistent Quality and 5G Coverage Experience awards.

Verizon ends with five awards claimed outright — three experiential 5G awards (5G Video Experience, 5G Live Video Experience, 5G Games Experience), along with 5G Upload Speed and Coverage Experience. AT&T scores the highest for Availability. There are no joint winners for any of the awards this time around.

In August 2023, T-Mobile started rolling out four-carrier aggregation on its 5G standalone (SA) network across multiple spectrum bands — including the 2.5GHz spectrum band, which has been supercharging T-Mobile’s network performance. Opensignal has previously quantified the impact of more 5G spectrum on 5G speed and experiential metrics globally. On top of its existing spectrum holdings, T-Mobile is leasing additional spectrum from Comcast — and potentially buying it on a long-run — for further 5G deployments. However, it is likely to offload its 800MHz band assets to Dish in Q1 2024.

AT&T, UScellular and Verizon also gained full access to their C-band spectrum holdings in August 2023, after satellite companies cleared the band early. We have observed the positive impact of additional spectrum — along with the eased 5G interference mitigations — on AT&T and Verizon’s performance around some of the biggest airports in the U.S. Meanwhile, UScellular intends to switch off its 3G CDMA networks in January 2024 and repurpose the spectrum for 4G services.

In this report we examine the mobile network experience of the three main mobile carriers in the U.S. — AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon — over a period of 90 days starting on September 16, 2023 and ending on December 14, 2023, to see how they fared. In the regional analysis, we also include UScellular (U) in 21 states where it offers cellular services, along with GCI (G) in Alaska.

Overall Experience
5G Experience
Coverage
Consistency
Video Experience
Live Video Experience
Games Experience
Download Speed Experience
Upload Speed Experience
Video Experience
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.7
T-Mobile
62.0
Verizon
57.7
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Live Video Experience
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.4
T-Mobile
59.3
Verizon
55.9
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Games Experience
in 0-100 points
AT&T
63.5
T-Mobile
71.0
Verizon
68.5
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Download Speed Experience
in Mbps
AT&T
45.5
T-Mobile
113.1
Verizon
38.1
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Upload Speed Experience
in Mbps
AT&T
6.5
T-Mobile
12.1
Verizon
8.2
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National Analysis
Regional Analysis

National Analysis

T-Mobile comes first for Video Experience with a score of 62 points on a 100-point scale. It commands a winning margin of 4.3 points over Verizon, while AT&T took third place with a score of 56.7 points.

T-Mobile rates as Good (58-68), while Verizon and AT&T place in the Fair (48-58) category. A Good (58-68) rating means that our users are, on average, able to stream video at 720p or better with satisfactory loading times and little stalling.

Video Experience scores account for adaptive bitrate streaming (ABR), a technology that allows Opensignal to accurately represent users' real video experience including video streams up to 4K quality.

Definitions

Opensignal’s Video Experience quantifies the quality of video streamed to mobile devices by measuring real-world video streams over an operator's networks. The metric is based on an International Telecommunication Union (ITU) approach, built upon detailed studies which have derived a relationship between technical parameters, including picture quality, video loading time and stall rate, with the perceived video experience as reported by real people. To calculate video experience, we are directly measuring video streams from end-user devices and using this ITU approach to quantify the overall video experience for each operator on a scale from 0 to 100. The videos tested include a mixture of resolutions — including Full HD (FHD) and 4K / Ultra HD (UHD) — and are streamed directly from the world’s largest video content providers.

In addition to Video Experience, we report on the following metrics related to video experience:

  • 5G Video Experience: The average Video Experience of Opensignal users when they were connected to an operator’s 5G network.
  • Video Experience – 5G Users: The average Video Experience of Opensignal users with a 5G device and a 5G subscription across an operator's networks. It factors in 2G, 3G, 4G and 5G video experience along with the availability of each technology.
  • 4G Video Experience: The average Video Experience of Opensignal users on an operator's 4G network.
  • 3G Video Experience: The average Video Experience of Opensignal users on an operator’s 3G network.

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National Analysis

T-Mobile wins the Live Video Experience award outright for the second time in a row with a score of 59.3 points on a 100-point scale. AT&T is the runner-up with a score of 56.4 points, ahead of third-placed Verizon which scores 55.9 points.

T-Mobile is the only operator to place in the Excellent (58 or above) category, while Verizon and AT&T place in the category below — Very Good (53-58). An Excellent (58 or above) rating means that our users are, on average, able to stream video at least at 1080p with low loading times, little stalling and a satisfactory live offset.

Operators’ Live Video Experience scores are determined using a range of measures that impact users’ perceived live streaming viewing experience, including picture quality, video loading time, and stall rate, but also live playback offset — the time difference between real-time and the current playback position a viewer sees.

Unlike Video Experience, which represents on-demand video streams, Live Video Experience quantifies live video streaming used for current events. For example, when users watch live sports, game streams, music concerts, or news where the event is happening at that moment in time.

Definitions

Opensignal’s Live Video Experience quantifies the quality of real-time video streamed to mobile devices by measuring video streams over an operator's network. The metric extends the existing International Telecommunication Union (ITU) approach used for Opensignal's on-demand Video Experience metric, built upon detailed studies which have derived a relationship between technical parameters, including live playback offset, picture quality, video loading time and stall rate, with the perceived live video experience as reported by real people. To calculate live video experience, we are directly measuring live video streams from end-user devices and using this extension of ITU's approach to quantify the overall live video experience for each operator on a scale from 0 to 100. The videos tested include a mixture of resolutions and are streamed directly from the world’s largest video content providers.

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National Analysis

T-Mobile stays firm on the top spot for Games Experience with a score of 71 points on a 100-point scale, beating Verizon by 2.5 points. T-Mobile's score has increased by 0.6 points since the previous report, while Verizon's score has decreased by 0.4 points. Meanwhile, AT&T's score remains statistically unchanged.

Our T-Mobile and Verizon users have a Fair (65-75) gaming experience, which means users find the experience to be average and in most cases, the game is responsive to the actions of the player. AT&T places in a category below — Poor (40-65).

Definitions

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

Games Experience quantifies the experience when playing real-time multiplayer mobile games on mobile devices connected to servers located around the world. The approach is built on several years of research quantifying the relationship between technical network parameters and the gaming experience as reported by real mobile users. These parameters include latency (round trip time), jitter (variability of latency) and packet loss (the proportion of data packets that never reach their destination). Additionally, it considers multiple genres of multiplayer mobile games to measure the average sensitivity to network conditions. The games tested include some of the most popular real-time multiplayer mobile games (such as Fortnite, Pro Evolution Soccer and Arena of Valor) played around the world.

Calculating Games Experience starts with measuring the end-to-end experience from users’ devices to internet end-points that host real games. The score is then measured on a scale from 0 to 100.

In addition to Games Experience, we report on the following metrics related to games experience:

  • 5G Games Experience: The average Games Experience of Opensignal users when they were connected to an operator’s 5G network.
  • Games Experience – 5G Users: The average Games Experience of Opensignal users with a 5G device and a 5G subscription across an operator's networks. It factors in 2G, 3G, 4G and 5G games experience along with the availability of each technology.
  • 4G Games Experience: The average Games Experience of Opensignal users on an operator's 4G network.
  • 3G Games Experience: The average Games Experience of Opensignal users on an operator's 3G (e.g. UMTS/HSPA or CDMA 1X EV-DO) network.

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National Analysis

T-Mobile remains the sole winner of Download Speed Experience, this time with a score of 113.1Mbps. It has increased its winning margins over AT&T and Verizon, as its score has increased by 16.1Mbps, while AT&T's and Verizon’s — by 5.5Mbps and 3.9Mbps, respectively.

As a result, our T-Mobile users enjoy 2.5 times faster average overall download speeds than their AT&T peers and around three times faster than those on Verizon’s network.

Definitions

Measured in Mbps, Download Speed Experience represents the typical everyday speeds a user experiences across an operator’s mobile data networks.

In addition to Download Speed Experience, we report on the following metrics related to download speeds:

  • 5G Download Speed: The average download speed observed by Opensignal users with active 5G connections.
  • Download Speed Experience – 5G Users: The average download speeds experienced by Opensignal users with a 5G device and a 5G subscription across an operator’s networks. It factors in 2G, 3G, 4G, and 5G download speeds along with the availability of each technology.
  • 4G Download Speed: The average downlink speed observed by Opensignal users when they were connected to 4G.
  • 3G Download Speed: The average downlink speed observed by Opensignal users when they were connected to 3G (e.g. UMTS/HSPA or CDMA 1X EV-DO).

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National Analysis

T-Mobile defends the Upload Speed Experience award with a score of 12.1Mbps — 3.8Mbps (46.5%) ahead of Verizon. AT&T comes third with a score of 6.5Mbps.

T-Mobile has widened its leads for Upload Speed Experience over both competitors as its score has increased by 0.4Mbps. Meanwhile, AT&T's score has improved by 0.1Mbps and Verizon's score remains statistically unchanged from the previous report.

Definitions

Upload Speed Experience measures the average upload speeds for each operator observed by our users across their mobile data networks. Typically upload speeds are slower than download speeds, as current mobile broadband technologies focus resources on providing the best possible download speed for users consuming content on their devices. As mobile internet trends move away from downloading content to creating content and supporting real-time communications services, upload speeds are becoming more vital and new technologies are emerging that boost upstream capacity.

In addition to Upload Speed Experience, we report on five supporting metrics related to upload speeds:

  • 5G Upload Speed: The average upload speed observed by Opensignal users with active 5G connections.
  • Upload Speed Experience – 5G Users: The average upload speeds experienced by Opensignal users with a 5G device and a 5G subscription across an operator’s networks. It factors in 2G, 3G, 4G, and 5G upload speeds along with the availability of each technology.
  • 4G Upload Speed: The average uplink speed observed by Opensignal users when they were connected to 4G.
  • 3G Upload Speed: The average uplink speed observed by Opensignal users when they were connected to 3G (e.g. UMTS/HSPA or CDMA 1X EV-DO).

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Regional Analysis

Opensignal looked at the mobile network experience of our AT&T (A), T-Mobile (T), and Verizon (V) users across 51 U.S. regions — all 50 states and the District of Columbia. We also include results for UScellular (U) across 21 states where the carrier operates. In Alaska, the three active wireless carriers are AT&T, GCI (G), and Verizon — but T-Mobile does not operate there.

T-Mobile wins 196 state awards outright and 42 jointly in the overall experience section. It is the sole winner in more than 40 regions for Download Speed Experience, Upload Speed Experience, and Video Experience. Verizon takes home 11 awards outright and 29 jointly, mostly for Games Experience and Upload Speed Experience. AT&T has only one outright state win — for Live Video Experience in North Carolina — and shares the winners’ podium 19 times, mainly for Live Video Experience as well. GCI wins two awards outright and one jointly in Alaska and UScellular ends with three shared victories.

T-Mobile wins Download Speed Experience outright in 49 out of 50 regions and only shares a single top spot with AT&T in Vermont — which was AT&T’s sole victory in the previous report. GCI comes first in Alaska, where T-Mobile does not have its operations. Our T-Mobile users enjoy the fastest overall download speeds in the U.S. in the District of Columbia — 160.6Mbps. T-Mobile hits the 100Mbps milestone in 35 regions. Meanwhile, our Verizon users see the fastest average download speeds in North Dakota (64.8Mbps) and those on AT&T’s network — in Illinois (63.9Mbps).

T-Mobile smashes the Upload Speed Experience awards table, as it comes first outright in 44 regions and shares three joint wins with Verizon. Verizon retains its leadership in three states — Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota, while GCI remains the sole winner in Alaska. Our T-Mobile users see the fastest upload speeds in the U.S. in the District of Columbia, clocking in at 20.4Mbps.

Turning to two overall video metrics — Video Experience and Live Video Experience, T-Mobile wins state awards in 43 regions outright and in seven jointly for Video Experience — and in 27 regions outright and 20 jointly for Live Video Experience. No other operator sees any outright wins for Video Experience, but for Live Video Experience, AT&T is the sole winner in North Carolina, while Verizon — in Alaska. AT&T shares the winners’ podium in two regions for Video Experience and in 16 regions for Live Video Experience, while Verizon — in six and nine, respectively. UScellular is a joint winner for Video Experience in Maine and South Carolina — and for Live Video Experience in Wisconsin. GCI shares the winners’ podium with Verizon in Alaska for Video Experience. In this report. we do not report scores for Indiana and South Carolina for Live Video Experience.

It is a two-horse race for the regional Games Experience awards — T-Mobile wins outright in 33 regions, while Verizon is the sole winner in seven. Both operators share the winners’ podiums in the remaining 11 regions — which means no wins for AT&T, GCI or UScellular, either outright or joint. The outright award haul has shifted in T-Mobile’s favor compared to the latest report, as previously T-Mobile won 18 awards outright in this category, while Verizon solely took 16 awards home.

Regional Analysis Summary: USA, Mobile Network Experience Report, January 2024

Region
Video Experience
Live Video Experience
Games Experience
Download Speed Experience
Upload Speed Experience
Alabama
T
T
T
T
T
Alaska
G
V
V
V
G
G
Arizona
T
T
T
V
T
T
Arkansas
T
A
T
T
V
T
T
California
T
T
T
T
T
Colorado
T
T
T
T
T
Connecticut
T
T
T
T
T
Delaware
T
A
T
T
V
T
T
District of Columbia
T
A
T
V
T
T
T
Florida
T
T
T
T
T
Georgia
T
T
T
T
T
Hawaii
T
T
T
T
T
Idaho
T
T
T
T
T
Illinois
T
T
T
T
T
Indiana
T
V
T
T
Iowa
T
T
V
T
T
Kansas
T
T
V
T
T
Kentucky
T
T
T
V
T
T
Louisiana
T
T
T
V
T
T
Maine
A
T
U
A
T
T
T
T
V
Maryland
T
T
T
T
T
Massachusetts
T
A
T
V
T
T
T
Michigan
T
T
V
T
T
T
Minnesota
T
T
T
V
T
T
Mississippi
T
T
T
T
T
Missouri
T
T
T
V
T
T
Montana
T
V
A
T
V
T
T
V
Nebraska
T
T
V
T
T
Nevada
T
A
T
T
T
T
New Hampshire
T
A
T
T
T
T
New Jersey
T
T
T
T
T
New Mexico
T
A
T
T
T
T
New York
T
T
T
T
T
North Carolina
T
A
T
T
T
North Dakota
T
V
T
V
V
T
V
Ohio
T
T
T
T
T
Oklahoma
T
A
T
T
T
T
Oregon
T
A
T
T
T
T
Pennsylvania
T
T
T
T
T
Rhode Island
T
A
T
T
T
T
South Carolina
T
U
T
T
T
South Dakota
T
V
T
V
V
T
V
Tennessee
T
T
T
V
T
T
Texas
T
T
T
T
T
Utah
T
T
V
T
V
T
T
Vermont
A
T
V
A
T
T
V
A
T
T
V
Virginia
T
T
T
T
T
Washington
T
A
T
T
T
T
West Virginia
T
T
T
T
T
Wisconsin
T
A
T
U
V
T
T
T
Wyoming
T
V
A
T
V
T
V
T
T
V
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    • Idaho
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Video Experience
in Alabama
in 0-100 points
AT&T
55.9
T-Mobile
61.3
Verizon
56.1
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Live Video Experience
in Alabama
in 0-100 points
AT&T
55.1
T-Mobile
59.2
Verizon
54.1
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Games Experience
in Alabama
in 0-100 points
AT&T
62.4
T-Mobile
68.6
Verizon
64.7
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Download Speed Experience
in Alabama
in Mbps
AT&T
44.9
T-Mobile
96.7
Verizon
35.1
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Upload Speed Experience
in Alabama
in Mbps
AT&T
6.0
T-Mobile
9.8
Verizon
7.5
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Video Experience
in Alaska
in 0-100 points
AT&T
52.9
GCI
57.2
Verizon
55.7
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Live Video Experience
in Alaska
in 0-100 points
AT&T
50.6
GCI
51.0
Verizon
57.4
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Games Experience
in Alaska
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.1
GCI
58.4
Verizon
63.7
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Download Speed Experience
in Alaska
in Mbps
AT&T
35.3
GCI
41.4
Verizon
30.0
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Upload Speed Experience
in Alaska
in Mbps
AT&T
7.0
GCI
8.8
Verizon
6.7
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Video Experience
in Arizona
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.9
T-Mobile
61.4
Verizon
59.4
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Live Video Experience
in Arizona
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.7
T-Mobile
58.4
Verizon
57.2
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Games Experience
in Arizona
in 0-100 points
AT&T
63.2
T-Mobile
70.5
Verizon
70.9
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Download Speed Experience
in Arizona
in Mbps
AT&T
49.6
T-Mobile
113.1
Verizon
41.5
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Upload Speed Experience
in Arizona
in Mbps
AT&T
6.2
T-Mobile
11.9
Verizon
8.3
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Video Experience
in Arkansas
in 0-100 points
AT&T
53.9
T-Mobile
58.1
Verizon
55.3
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Live Video Experience
in Arkansas
in 0-100 points
AT&T
53.7
T-Mobile
55.3
Verizon
52.7
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Games Experience
in Arkansas
in 0-100 points
AT&T
58.6
T-Mobile
62.5
Verizon
63.1
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Download Speed Experience
in Arkansas
in Mbps
AT&T
42.0
T-Mobile
90.7
Verizon
32.0
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Upload Speed Experience
in Arkansas
in Mbps
AT&T
6.6
T-Mobile
8.4
Verizon
7.3
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Video Experience
in California
in 0-100 points
AT&T
58.0
T-Mobile
62.3
UScellular
49.7
Verizon
58.9
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Live Video Experience
in California
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.6
T-Mobile
59.1
UScellular
44.6
Verizon
56.7
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Games Experience
in California
in 0-100 points
AT&T
68.6
T-Mobile
74.2
UScellular
53.2
Verizon
71.3
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Download Speed Experience
in California
in Mbps
AT&T
49.2
T-Mobile
111.8
UScellular
15.1
Verizon
42.6
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Upload Speed Experience
in California
in Mbps
AT&T
8.1
T-Mobile
13.3
UScellular
4.6
Verizon
9.2
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Video Experience
in Colorado
in 0-100 points
AT&T
55.4
T-Mobile
61.7
Verizon
57.6
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Live Video Experience
in Colorado
in 0-100 points
AT&T
55.5
T-Mobile
58.1
Verizon
55.6
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Games Experience
in Colorado
in 0-100 points
AT&T
59.0
T-Mobile
67.3
Verizon
65.6
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Download Speed Experience
in Colorado
in Mbps
AT&T
41.9
T-Mobile
107.3
Verizon
39.3
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Upload Speed Experience
in Colorado
in Mbps
AT&T
6.3
T-Mobile
10.2
Verizon
8.3
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Video Experience
in Connecticut
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.3
T-Mobile
62.1
Verizon
57.8
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Live Video Experience
in Connecticut
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.4
T-Mobile
58.7
Verizon
55.2
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Games Experience
in Connecticut
in 0-100 points
AT&T
69.1
T-Mobile
73.7
Verizon
68.4
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Download Speed Experience
in Connecticut
in Mbps
AT&T
41.3
T-Mobile
125.7
Verizon
39.6
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in Connecticut
in Mbps
AT&T
6.0
T-Mobile
13.2
Verizon
8.7
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Video Experience
in Delaware
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.0
T-Mobile
62.7
Verizon
58.2
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Live Video Experience
in Delaware
in 0-100 points
AT&T
59.2
T-Mobile
60.2
Verizon
56.2
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Games Experience
in Delaware
in 0-100 points
AT&T
67.2
T-Mobile
73.8
Verizon
73.2
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Download Speed Experience
in Delaware
in Mbps
AT&T
47.2
T-Mobile
99.7
Verizon
41.3
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Upload Speed Experience
in Delaware
in Mbps
AT&T
6.6
T-Mobile
12.7
Verizon
7.9
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Video Experience
in District of Columbia
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.6
T-Mobile
63.7
Verizon
60.9
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Live Video Experience
in District of Columbia
in 0-100 points
AT&T
59.5
T-Mobile
60.1
Verizon
58.2
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Games Experience
in District of Columbia
in 0-100 points
AT&T
69.6
T-Mobile
78.9
Verizon
74.5
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Download Speed Experience
in District of Columbia
in Mbps
AT&T
41.2
T-Mobile
160.6
Verizon
54.5
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Upload Speed Experience
in District of Columbia
in Mbps
AT&T
7.9
T-Mobile
20.4
Verizon
11.2
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Video Experience
in Florida
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.3
T-Mobile
62.5
Verizon
58.2
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Live Video Experience
in Florida
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.7
T-Mobile
60.0
Verizon
57.2
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Games Experience
in Florida
in 0-100 points
AT&T
60.4
T-Mobile
69.5
Verizon
66.6
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Download Speed Experience
in Florida
in Mbps
AT&T
50.6
T-Mobile
120.9
Verizon
42.2
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Upload Speed Experience
in Florida
in Mbps
AT&T
6.5
T-Mobile
11.7
Verizon
8.4
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Video Experience
in Georgia
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.0
T-Mobile
61.6
Verizon
56.0
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Live Video Experience
in Georgia
in 0-100 points
AT&T
55.7
T-Mobile
59.1
Verizon
53.5
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Games Experience
in Georgia
in 0-100 points
AT&T
62.9
T-Mobile
70.9
Verizon
66.0
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Download Speed Experience
in Georgia
in Mbps
AT&T
43.7
T-Mobile
137.5
Verizon
37.0
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Upload Speed Experience
in Georgia
in Mbps
AT&T
5.7
T-Mobile
12.0
Verizon
7.7
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Video Experience
in Hawaii
in 0-100 points
AT&T
54.0
T-Mobile
62.0
Verizon
55.3
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Live Video Experience
in Hawaii
in 0-100 points
AT&T
52.8
T-Mobile
59.1
Verizon
52.6
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Games Experience
in Hawaii
in 0-100 points
AT&T
53.6
T-Mobile
64.3
Verizon
57.3
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Download Speed Experience
in Hawaii
in Mbps
AT&T
31.7
T-Mobile
124.3
Verizon
33.7
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Upload Speed Experience
in Hawaii
in Mbps
AT&T
6.0
T-Mobile
14.4
Verizon
9.7
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Video Experience
in Idaho
in 0-100 points
AT&T
55.1
T-Mobile
62.3
Verizon
57.3
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Live Video Experience
in Idaho
in 0-100 points
AT&T
54.3
T-Mobile
60.4
Verizon
56.3
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Games Experience
in Idaho
in 0-100 points
AT&T
58.6
T-Mobile
72.3
Verizon
68.2
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Download Speed Experience
in Idaho
in Mbps
AT&T
34.4
T-Mobile
103.0
Verizon
38.5
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Upload Speed Experience
in Idaho
in Mbps
AT&T
5.0
T-Mobile
9.8
Verizon
7.8
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Video Experience
in Illinois
in 0-100 points
AT&T
60.6
T-Mobile
63.9
UScellular
58.8
Verizon
60.2
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Live Video Experience
in Illinois
in 0-100 points
AT&T
60.5
T-Mobile
61.5
UScellular
55.8
Verizon
58.8
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Games Experience
in Illinois
in 0-100 points
AT&T
69.1
T-Mobile
72.9
UScellular
63.7
Verizon
72.2
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Download Speed Experience
in Illinois
in Mbps
AT&T
63.9
T-Mobile
124.6
UScellular
26.0
Verizon
41.9
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Upload Speed Experience
in Illinois
in Mbps
AT&T
8.3
T-Mobile
12.5
UScellular
6.2
Verizon
9.6
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Video Experience
in Indiana
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.3
T-Mobile
62.3
UScellular
56.6
Verizon
59.5
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Games Experience
in Indiana
in 0-100 points
AT&T
65.9
T-Mobile
70.0
UScellular
59.2
Verizon
72.1
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Download Speed Experience
in Indiana
in Mbps
AT&T
47.9
T-Mobile
121.0
UScellular
32.7
Verizon
44.2
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Upload Speed Experience
in Indiana
in Mbps
AT&T
6.7
T-Mobile
10.0
UScellular
7.0
Verizon
8.7
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Video Experience
in Iowa
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.2
T-Mobile
63.1
UScellular
60.6
Verizon
59.3
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Live Video Experience
in Iowa
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.7
T-Mobile
60.6
UScellular
57.8
Verizon
57.3
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Games Experience
in Iowa
in 0-100 points
AT&T
67.6
T-Mobile
70.2
UScellular
69.1
Verizon
71.6
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Download Speed Experience
in Iowa
in Mbps
AT&T
41.1
T-Mobile
111.4
UScellular
26.5
Verizon
39.9
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Upload Speed Experience
in Iowa
in Mbps
AT&T
5.6
T-Mobile
10.9
UScellular
7.7
Verizon
9.8
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Video Experience
in Kansas
in 0-100 points
AT&T
58.1
T-Mobile
62.7
UScellular
58.1
Verizon
58.1
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Live Video Experience
in Kansas
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.6
T-Mobile
60.1
UScellular
55.1
Verizon
56.1
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Games Experience
in Kansas
in 0-100 points
AT&T
63.8
T-Mobile
68.2
UScellular
58.6
Verizon
69.8
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Download Speed Experience
in Kansas
in Mbps
AT&T
44.0
T-Mobile
126.8
UScellular
20.9
Verizon
34.9
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Upload Speed Experience
in Kansas
in Mbps
AT&T
5.9
T-Mobile
11.0
UScellular
6.0
Verizon
8.6
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Video Experience
in Kentucky
in 0-100 points
AT&T
53.7
T-Mobile
61.1
Verizon
57.9
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Live Video Experience
in Kentucky
in 0-100 points
AT&T
52.4
T-Mobile
58.9
Verizon
56.4
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Games Experience
in Kentucky
in 0-100 points
AT&T
60.2
T-Mobile
68.8
Verizon
68.6
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Download Speed Experience
in Kentucky
in Mbps
AT&T
40.9
T-Mobile
110.7
Verizon
41.7
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Upload Speed Experience
in Kentucky
in Mbps
AT&T
6.5
T-Mobile
9.2
Verizon
8.4
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Video Experience
in Louisiana
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.4
T-Mobile
59.6
Verizon
55.8
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Live Video Experience
in Louisiana
in 0-100 points
AT&T
55.6
T-Mobile
57.2
Verizon
53.4
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Games Experience
in Louisiana
in 0-100 points
AT&T
63.1
T-Mobile
63.7
Verizon
64.7
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Download Speed Experience
in Louisiana
in Mbps
AT&T
46.7
T-Mobile
93.2
Verizon
35.7
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Upload Speed Experience
in Louisiana
in Mbps
AT&T
7.1
T-Mobile
9.6
Verizon
7.9
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Video Experience
in Maine
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.1
T-Mobile
57.8
UScellular
55.8
Verizon
53.7
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Live Video Experience
in Maine
in 0-100 points
AT&T
53.8
T-Mobile
56.4
UScellular
51.0
Verizon
50.7
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Games Experience
in Maine
in 0-100 points
AT&T
60.5
T-Mobile
69.2
UScellular
63.3
Verizon
61.2
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Download Speed Experience
in Maine
in Mbps
AT&T
39.8
T-Mobile
46.0
UScellular
18.1
Verizon
33.1
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Upload Speed Experience
in Maine
in Mbps
AT&T
4.8
T-Mobile
7.0
UScellular
4.9
Verizon
6.7
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Video Experience
in Maryland
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.4
T-Mobile
62.6
UScellular
52.4
Verizon
58.6
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Live Video Experience
in Maryland
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.2
T-Mobile
60.4
UScellular
47.2
Verizon
56.7
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Games Experience
in Maryland
in 0-100 points
AT&T
68.2
T-Mobile
76.3
UScellular
51.5
Verizon
72.6
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Download Speed Experience
in Maryland
in Mbps
AT&T
42.1
T-Mobile
125.6
UScellular
13.1
Verizon
43.5
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Upload Speed Experience
in Maryland
in Mbps
AT&T
6.2
T-Mobile
14.3
UScellular
4.5
Verizon
8.7
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Video Experience
in Massachusetts
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.2
T-Mobile
61.6
Verizon
59.1
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Live Video Experience
in Massachusetts
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.6
T-Mobile
58.4
Verizon
57.6
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Games Experience
in Massachusetts
in 0-100 points
AT&T
68.3
T-Mobile
73.2
Verizon
70.1
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Download Speed Experience
in Massachusetts
in Mbps
AT&T
47.9
T-Mobile
108.6
Verizon
43.1
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Upload Speed Experience
in Massachusetts
in Mbps
AT&T
7.6
T-Mobile
13.3
Verizon
9.4
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Video Experience
in Michigan
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.4
T-Mobile
61.2
Verizon
59.3
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Live Video Experience
in Michigan
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.0
T-Mobile
58.5
Verizon
58.5
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Games Experience
in Michigan
in 0-100 points
AT&T
61.3
T-Mobile
70.1
Verizon
69.2
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Download Speed Experience
in Michigan
in Mbps
AT&T
40.4
T-Mobile
110.2
Verizon
45.9
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Upload Speed Experience
in Michigan
in Mbps
AT&T
4.7
T-Mobile
10.4
Verizon
8.2
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Video Experience
in Minnesota
in 0-100 points
AT&T
55.9
T-Mobile
63.7
Verizon
60.0
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Live Video Experience
in Minnesota
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.0
T-Mobile
60.9
Verizon
58.4
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Games Experience
in Minnesota
in 0-100 points
AT&T
64.1
T-Mobile
70.3
Verizon
69.9
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Download Speed Experience
in Minnesota
in Mbps
AT&T
38.6
T-Mobile
114.2
Verizon
48.7
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Upload Speed Experience
in Minnesota
in Mbps
AT&T
5.3
T-Mobile
10.4
Verizon
9.3
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Video Experience
in Mississippi
in 0-100 points
AT&T
53.9
T-Mobile
57.2
Verizon
52.1
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Live Video Experience
in Mississippi
in 0-100 points
AT&T
52.8
T-Mobile
55.0
Verizon
48.4
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Games Experience
in Mississippi
in 0-100 points
AT&T
59.0
T-Mobile
61.2
Verizon
58.6
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Download Speed Experience
in Mississippi
in Mbps
AT&T
38.7
T-Mobile
90.3
Verizon
26.1
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Upload Speed Experience
in Mississippi
in Mbps
AT&T
5.7
T-Mobile
8.1
Verizon
6.0
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Video Experience
in Missouri
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.5
T-Mobile
62.9
UScellular
53.5
Verizon
57.4
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Live Video Experience
in Missouri
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.0
T-Mobile
59.8
UScellular
49.4
Verizon
55.9
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Games Experience
in Missouri
in 0-100 points
AT&T
64.3
T-Mobile
69.3
UScellular
55.7
Verizon
69.2
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Download Speed Experience
in Missouri
in Mbps
AT&T
40.6
T-Mobile
125.9
UScellular
17.1
Verizon
37.9
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Upload Speed Experience
in Missouri
in Mbps
AT&T
5.6
T-Mobile
11.0
UScellular
4.4
Verizon
8.7
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Video Experience
in Montana
in 0-100 points
AT&T
54.2
T-Mobile
58.1
Verizon
57.2
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Live Video Experience
in Montana
in 0-100 points
AT&T
54.0
T-Mobile
57.2
Verizon
55.5
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Games Experience
in Montana
in 0-100 points
AT&T
49.0
T-Mobile
66.4
Verizon
62.3
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Download Speed Experience
in Montana
in Mbps
AT&T
36.8
T-Mobile
63.8
Verizon
40.6
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Upload Speed Experience
in Montana
in Mbps
AT&T
4.3
T-Mobile
8.2
Verizon
8.9
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Video Experience
in Nebraska
in 0-100 points
AT&T
58.0
T-Mobile
64.1
UScellular
58.4
Verizon
58.9
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Live Video Experience
in Nebraska
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.5
T-Mobile
60.3
UScellular
53.9
Verizon
57.9
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Games Experience
in Nebraska
in 0-100 points
AT&T
60.4
T-Mobile
69.3
UScellular
63.2
Verizon
71.4
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Download Speed Experience
in Nebraska
in Mbps
AT&T
43.8
T-Mobile
134.1
UScellular
19.1
Verizon
38.3
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Upload Speed Experience
in Nebraska
in Mbps
AT&T
4.9
T-Mobile
10.7
UScellular
5.8
Verizon
9.7
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Video Experience
in Nevada
in 0-100 points
AT&T
58.5
T-Mobile
61.4
Verizon
58.7
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Live Video Experience
in Nevada
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.5
T-Mobile
58.7
Verizon
56.3
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Games Experience
in Nevada
in 0-100 points
AT&T
63.9
T-Mobile
73.9
Verizon
71.5
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Download Speed Experience
in Nevada
in Mbps
AT&T
50.3
T-Mobile
104.4
Verizon
40.4
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Upload Speed Experience
in Nevada
in Mbps
AT&T
7.7
T-Mobile
13.8
Verizon
8.6
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Video Experience
in New Hampshire
in 0-100 points
AT&T
55.1
T-Mobile
60.3
UScellular
52.1
Verizon
54.7
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Live Video Experience
in New Hampshire
in 0-100 points
AT&T
55.5
T-Mobile
56.4
UScellular
45.6
Verizon
51.9
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Games Experience
in New Hampshire
in 0-100 points
AT&T
61.2
T-Mobile
69.5
UScellular
56.0
Verizon
63.0
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Download Speed Experience
in New Hampshire
in Mbps
AT&T
42.0
T-Mobile
70.0
UScellular
14.6
Verizon
34.7
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Upload Speed Experience
in New Hampshire
in Mbps
AT&T
5.4
T-Mobile
9.9
UScellular
4.1
Verizon
6.9
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Video Experience
in New Jersey
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.1
T-Mobile
63.2
Verizon
60.6
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Live Video Experience
in New Jersey
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.1
T-Mobile
60.7
Verizon
58.8
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Games Experience
in New Jersey
in 0-100 points
AT&T
65.7
T-Mobile
76.3
Verizon
74.8
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Download Speed Experience
in New Jersey
in Mbps
AT&T
51.8
T-Mobile
115.2
Verizon
46.2
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Upload Speed Experience
in New Jersey
in Mbps
AT&T
6.3
T-Mobile
15.6
Verizon
10.5
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Video Experience
in New Mexico
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.6
T-Mobile
59.6
Verizon
55.9
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Live Video Experience
in New Mexico
in 0-100 points
AT&T
55.2
T-Mobile
56.5
Verizon
53.0
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Games Experience
in New Mexico
in 0-100 points
AT&T
61.8
T-Mobile
66.4
Verizon
64.6
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Download Speed Experience
in New Mexico
in Mbps
AT&T
39.0
T-Mobile
70.7
Verizon
33.5
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Upload Speed Experience
in New Mexico
in Mbps
AT&T
6.7
T-Mobile
11.2
Verizon
7.9
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Video Experience
in New York
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.7
T-Mobile
61.5
Verizon
58.2
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Live Video Experience
in New York
in 0-100 points
AT&T
55.3
T-Mobile
59.2
Verizon
56.3
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Games Experience
in New York
in 0-100 points
AT&T
64.2
T-Mobile
74.2
Verizon
69.5
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Download Speed Experience
in New York
in Mbps
AT&T
48.3
T-Mobile
116.1
Verizon
42.8
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Upload Speed Experience
in New York
in Mbps
AT&T
6.7
T-Mobile
17.9
Verizon
9.0
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Video Experience
in North Carolina
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.7
T-Mobile
59.4
UScellular
50.5
Verizon
56.6
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Live Video Experience
in North Carolina
in 0-100 points
AT&T
58.8
T-Mobile
57.4
UScellular
45.4
Verizon
55.5
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Games Experience
in North Carolina
in 0-100 points
AT&T
64.0
T-Mobile
70.0
UScellular
58.0
Verizon
66.6
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Download Speed Experience
in North Carolina
in Mbps
AT&T
52.4
T-Mobile
114.0
UScellular
13.7
Verizon
32.6
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Upload Speed Experience
in North Carolina
in Mbps
AT&T
6.1
T-Mobile
10.5
UScellular
4.3
Verizon
6.4
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Video Experience
in North Dakota
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.4
T-Mobile
60.8
Verizon
62.9
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Live Video Experience
in North Dakota
in 0-100 points
AT&T
55.8
T-Mobile
58.7
Verizon
61.7
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Games Experience
in North Dakota
in 0-100 points
AT&T
58.8
T-Mobile
67.2
Verizon
73.6
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Download Speed Experience
in North Dakota
in Mbps
AT&T
38.4
T-Mobile
72.8
Verizon
64.8
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Upload Speed Experience
in North Dakota
in Mbps
AT&T
6.0
T-Mobile
7.6
Verizon
13.1
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Video Experience
in Ohio
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.4
T-Mobile
62.5
Verizon
57.1
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Live Video Experience
in Ohio
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.9
T-Mobile
60.2
Verizon
55.3
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Games Experience
in Ohio
in 0-100 points
AT&T
67.7
T-Mobile
70.5
Verizon
68.5
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Download Speed Experience
in Ohio
in Mbps
AT&T
41.4
T-Mobile
122.3
Verizon
35.3
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Upload Speed Experience
in Ohio
in Mbps
AT&T
5.9
T-Mobile
10.6
Verizon
8.6
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Video Experience
in Oklahoma
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.9
T-Mobile
60.7
UScellular
54.4
Verizon
54.5
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Live Video Experience
in Oklahoma
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.3
T-Mobile
56.4
UScellular
51.5
Verizon
52.8
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Games Experience
in Oklahoma
in 0-100 points
AT&T
65.0
T-Mobile
67.6
UScellular
58.7
Verizon
64.9
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Download Speed Experience
in Oklahoma
in Mbps
AT&T
50.1
T-Mobile
101.8
UScellular
17.8
Verizon
28.8
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Upload Speed Experience
in Oklahoma
in Mbps
AT&T
8.2
T-Mobile
9.8
UScellular
4.7
Verizon
6.9
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Video Experience
in Oregon
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.6
T-Mobile
61.8
UScellular
55.5
Verizon
56.5
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Live Video Experience
in Oregon
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.9
T-Mobile
58.3
UScellular
50.3
Verizon
54.8
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Games Experience
in Oregon
in 0-100 points
AT&T
67.0
T-Mobile
72.8
UScellular
56.4
Verizon
70.5
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Download Speed Experience
in Oregon
in Mbps
AT&T
44.9
T-Mobile
117.9
UScellular
18.7
Verizon
37.0
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Upload Speed Experience
in Oregon
in Mbps
AT&T
5.9
T-Mobile
10.7
UScellular
5.6
Verizon
7.1
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Video Experience
in Pennsylvania
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.0
T-Mobile
62.9
UScellular
52.3
Verizon
57.5
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Live Video Experience
in Pennsylvania
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.9
T-Mobile
60.5
UScellular
46.0
Verizon
55.7
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Games Experience
in Pennsylvania
in 0-100 points
AT&T
67.1
T-Mobile
74.4
UScellular
51.0
Verizon
70.7
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Download Speed Experience
in Pennsylvania
in Mbps
AT&T
46.5
T-Mobile
113.5
UScellular
26.7
Verizon
36.8
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Upload Speed Experience
in Pennsylvania
in Mbps
AT&T
6.2
T-Mobile
12.8
UScellular
6.4
Verizon
8.1
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Video Experience
in Rhode Island
in 0-100 points
AT&T
58.1
T-Mobile
63.2
Verizon
59.2
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Live Video Experience
in Rhode Island
in 0-100 points
AT&T
59.3
T-Mobile
60.2
Verizon
57.1
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Games Experience
in Rhode Island
in 0-100 points
AT&T
69.6
T-Mobile
76.2
Verizon
71.7
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Download Speed Experience
in Rhode Island
in Mbps
AT&T
50.8
T-Mobile
131.9
Verizon
40.9
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Upload Speed Experience
in Rhode Island
in Mbps
AT&T
7.0
T-Mobile
15.4
Verizon
9.7
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Video Experience
in South Carolina
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.5
T-Mobile
61.2
UScellular
57.7
Verizon
58.9
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Games Experience
in South Carolina
in 0-100 points
AT&T
65.9
T-Mobile
71.9
UScellular
59.4
Verizon
70.1
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Download Speed Experience
in South Carolina
in Mbps
AT&T
55.9
T-Mobile
119.7
UScellular
36.2
Verizon
39.0
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Upload Speed Experience
in South Carolina
in Mbps
AT&T
7.0
T-Mobile
10.9
UScellular
7.0
Verizon
7.2
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Video Experience
in South Dakota
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.2
T-Mobile
59.8
Verizon
59.3
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Live Video Experience
in South Dakota
in 0-100 points
AT&T
54.0
T-Mobile
55.1
Verizon
57.4
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Games Experience
in South Dakota
in 0-100 points
AT&T
60.3
T-Mobile
67.0
Verizon
70.5
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Download Speed Experience
in South Dakota
in Mbps
AT&T
39.8
T-Mobile
81.6
Verizon
46.6
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Upload Speed Experience
in South Dakota
in Mbps
AT&T
5.6
T-Mobile
9.1
Verizon
11.1
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Video Experience
in Tennessee
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.9
T-Mobile
61.4
UScellular
55.0
Verizon
58.0
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Live Video Experience
in Tennessee
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.4
T-Mobile
58.9
UScellular
52.4
Verizon
56.4
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Games Experience
in Tennessee
in 0-100 points
AT&T
63.6
T-Mobile
68.3
UScellular
59.2
Verizon
68.0
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Download Speed Experience
in Tennessee
in Mbps
AT&T
51.1
T-Mobile
117.5
UScellular
16.3
Verizon
40.6
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Upload Speed Experience
in Tennessee
in Mbps
AT&T
6.9
T-Mobile
9.9
UScellular
5.0
Verizon
9.0
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Video Experience
in Texas
in 0-100 points
AT&T
55.4
T-Mobile
62.7
UScellular
55.9
Verizon
55.5
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Live Video Experience
in Texas
in 0-100 points
AT&T
54.8
T-Mobile
60.4
UScellular
52.8
Verizon
53.8
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Games Experience
in Texas
in 0-100 points
AT&T
61.7
T-Mobile
67.8
UScellular
57.3
Verizon
64.4
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Download Speed Experience
in Texas
in Mbps
AT&T
45.9
T-Mobile
116.8
UScellular
22.3
Verizon
34.3
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Upload Speed Experience
in Texas
in Mbps
AT&T
7.4
T-Mobile
11.9
UScellular
6.3
Verizon
7.6
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Video Experience
in Utah
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.9
T-Mobile
62.3
Verizon
59.9
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Live Video Experience
in Utah
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.5
T-Mobile
59.6
Verizon
58.5
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Games Experience
in Utah
in 0-100 points
AT&T
60.9
T-Mobile
72.2
Verizon
71.6
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Download Speed Experience
in Utah
in Mbps
AT&T
43.6
T-Mobile
107.6
Verizon
47.6
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Upload Speed Experience
in Utah
in Mbps
AT&T
6.0
T-Mobile
12.1
Verizon
10.4
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Video Experience
in Vermont
in 0-100 points
AT&T
53.2
T-Mobile
54.8
Verizon
53.6
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Live Video Experience
in Vermont
in 0-100 points
AT&T
51.6
T-Mobile
56.3
Verizon
50.5
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Games Experience
in Vermont
in 0-100 points
AT&T
54.9
T-Mobile
62.3
Verizon
59.8
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Download Speed Experience
in Vermont
in Mbps
AT&T
41.0
T-Mobile
41.7
Verizon
31.4
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Upload Speed Experience
in Vermont
in Mbps
AT&T
5.1
T-Mobile
6.5
Verizon
5.8
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Video Experience
in Virginia
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.8
T-Mobile
61.5
UScellular
53.0
Verizon
55.6
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Live Video Experience
in Virginia
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.8
T-Mobile
59.2
UScellular
48.9
Verizon
53.2
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Games Experience
in Virginia
in 0-100 points
AT&T
67.4
T-Mobile
72.4
UScellular
56.5
Verizon
69.6
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Download Speed Experience
in Virginia
in Mbps
AT&T
47.0
T-Mobile
123.1
UScellular
15.2
Verizon
32.7
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Upload Speed Experience
in Virginia
in Mbps
AT&T
6.6
T-Mobile
12.5
UScellular
4.8
Verizon
7.8
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Video Experience
in Washington
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.8
T-Mobile
61.1
UScellular
54.3
Verizon
57.1
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Live Video Experience
in Washington
in 0-100 points
AT&T
57.6
T-Mobile
57.8
UScellular
48.8
Verizon
56.1
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Games Experience
in Washington
in 0-100 points
AT&T
66.0
T-Mobile
71.5
UScellular
54.9
Verizon
69.8
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Download Speed Experience
in Washington
in Mbps
AT&T
41.1
T-Mobile
102.9
UScellular
18.2
Verizon
39.4
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Upload Speed Experience
in Washington
in Mbps
AT&T
5.9
T-Mobile
10.2
UScellular
4.8
Verizon
7.9
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Video Experience
in West Virginia
in 0-100 points
AT&T
51.9
T-Mobile
59.9
UScellular
52.2
Verizon
54.4
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Live Video Experience
in West Virginia
in 0-100 points
AT&T
52.4
T-Mobile
57.4
UScellular
46.1
Verizon
51.6
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Games Experience
in West Virginia
in 0-100 points
AT&T
61.1
T-Mobile
70.4
UScellular
57.8
Verizon
68.3
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Download Speed Experience
in West Virginia
in Mbps
AT&T
35.5
T-Mobile
61.0
UScellular
14.2
Verizon
33.1
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Upload Speed Experience
in West Virginia
in Mbps
AT&T
6.1
T-Mobile
8.7
UScellular
4.5
Verizon
8.0
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Video Experience
in Wisconsin
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.6
T-Mobile
60.7
UScellular
58.7
Verizon
57.0
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Live Video Experience
in Wisconsin
in 0-100 points
AT&T
56.2
T-Mobile
56.6
UScellular
55.5
Verizon
55.8
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Games Experience
in Wisconsin
in 0-100 points
AT&T
60.5
T-Mobile
68.4
UScellular
65.5
Verizon
65.1
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Download Speed Experience
in Wisconsin
in Mbps
AT&T
45.8
T-Mobile
96.8
UScellular
28.1
Verizon
36.9
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Upload Speed Experience
in Wisconsin
in Mbps
AT&T
5.5
T-Mobile
8.3
UScellular
6.6
Verizon
6.9
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Video Experience
in Wyoming
in 0-100 points
AT&T
53.3
T-Mobile
56.6
Verizon
56.7
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Live Video Experience
in Wyoming
in 0-100 points
AT&T
54.5
T-Mobile
55.8
Verizon
53.3
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Games Experience
in Wyoming
in 0-100 points
AT&T
50.4
T-Mobile
62.9
Verizon
62.9
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Download Speed Experience
in Wyoming
in Mbps
AT&T
31.0
T-Mobile
66.9
Verizon
33.9
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Upload Speed Experience
in Wyoming
in Mbps
AT&T
4.2
T-Mobile
7.6
Verizon
8.1
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5G Video Experience
5G Live Video Experience
5G Games Experience
5G Download Speed
5G Upload Speed
5G Video Experience
in 0-100 points
AT&T
61.8
T-Mobile
66.5
Verizon
68.0
017.53552.570
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5G Live Video Experience
in 0-100 points
AT&T
61.7
T-Mobile
65.2
Verizon
67.8
017.53552.570
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5G Games Experience
in 0-100 points
AT&T
69.4
T-Mobile
77.4
Verizon
81.5
021.54364.586
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5G Download Speed
in Mbps
AT&T
123.5
T-Mobile
204.9
Verizon
135.3
052.5105157.5210
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5G Upload Speed
in Mbps
AT&T
14.1
T-Mobile
17.6
Verizon
19.9
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National Analysis
Regional Analysis

National Analysis

Verizon leads for 5G Video Experience with a score of 68 points on a 100-point scale. It commands a lead of 1.5 points over second-placed T-Mobile. AT&T comes third with a score of 61.8 points.

Our users on all three national mobile operators enjoy a Good (58-68) 5G Video Experience. This means that they are, on average, able to stream video at 720p or better with satisfactory loading times and little stalling.

5G Video Experience scores account for adaptive bitrate streaming (ABR), a technology that allows Opensignal to accurately represent users' real video experience including video streams up to 4K quality.

Definitions

5G Video Experience quantifies the quality of mobile video experienced by Opensignal users on real-world video streams when they were connected to 5G. The metric is based on an International Telecommunication Union (ITU) approach, built upon detailed studies which have derived a relationship between technical parameters, including picture quality, video loading time and stall rate, with the perceived video experience as reported by real people. To calculate 5G Video Experience, we are directly measuring video streams from end-user devices and using this ITU approach to quantify the video experience observed by our users on each operator’s 5G network on a scale from 0 to 100. The videos tested include a mixture of resolutions — including Full HD (FHD) and 4K / Ultra HD (UHD) — and are streamed directly from the world’s largest video content providers.

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National Analysis

Verizon wins the 5G Live Video Experience award outright for the second consecutive time with a score of 67.8 points on a 100-point scale. T-Mobile takes second place with a score of 65.2 points, ahead of AT&T’s 61.7 points.

All operators rate as Excellent (58 or above) — our users are, on average, able to stream video at least at 1080p with low loading times, little stalling and a satisfactory live offset.

Operators’ 5G Live Video Experience scores are determined using a range of measures that impact users’ perceived live streaming viewing experience, including picture quality, video loading time, and stall rate, but also live playback offset — the time difference between real-time and the current playback position a viewer sees.

Unlike 5G Video Experience, which represents on-demand video streams, 5G Live Video Experience quantifies live video streaming used for current events. For example, when users watch live sports, game streams, music concerts, or news where the event is happening at that moment in time.

Definitions

Opensignal’s Live Video Experience quantifies the quality of real-time video streamed to mobile devices by measuring video streams over an operator's network. The metric extends the existing International Telecommunication Union (ITU) approach used for Opensignal's on-demand Video Experience metric, built upon detailed studies which have derived a relationship between technical parameters, including live playback offset, picture quality, video loading time and stall rate, with the perceived live video experience as reported by real people. To calculate live video experience, we are directly measuring live video streams from end-user devices and using this extension of ITU's approach to quantify the overall live video experience for each operator on a scale from 0 to 100. The videos tested include a mixture of resolutions and are streamed directly from the world’s largest video content providers.

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