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USA, July 2020, Mobile Network Experience Report

By Sue Marek, July 2020

T-Mobile and Verizon each won three Opensignal awards.

Report Page | No | USA | | Sue Marek

USA, June 2020, 5G User Experience

By Ian Fogg, June 2020

The U.S. is one of the leading 5G markets globally with users on different U.S. operators enjoying extremely fast 5G speeds or sizable amounts of time connected to 5G technology.

Report Page | Yes | USA | | Ian Fogg

Quantifying the global 5G experience across ten operators

By Ian Fogg, May 2020

In Opensignal’s latest 5G analysis we found all ten operators saw much faster speeds for their users on 5G compared with 4G, with speeds between 18.4 times and 1.7 times faster on 5G. Understanding the extent to which 5G improves the mobile experience is critical both for consumers considering upgrading to 5G and also for the mobile industry that’s planning how quickly to invest in 5G.

Blog Entry | Yes | Global, Australia, Southkorea, UK, USA | | Ian Fogg

5G download speed is now faster than Wifi in seven leading 5G countries

By Ian Fogg, May 2020

Opensignal’s latest analysis demonstrates that 5G greatly improves the real-world speeds that users experience. And, even more significantly, 5G offers faster average download speeds than Wifi in seven out of eight leading 5G countries.

Blog Entry | Yes | Australia, Saudiarabia, Southkorea, Spain, Switzerland, UK, USA | | Ian Fogg

Analyzing the U.S. Mobile Experience during the coronavirus pandemic: Time on Wifi

By Hardik Khatri, Sam Fenwick, April 2020

Smartphone users in all of the US’s top 50 cities are spending more time at home on Wifi

Blog Entry | No | USA | | Hardik Khatri, Sam Fenwick

T-Mobile boosts mobile speeds thanks to spectrum support from FCC, Dish, others

By Francesco Rizzato, April 2020

Opensignal analyzed T-Mobile’s use of the 600 MHz spectrum in the top 100 U.S. Cellular Market Areas (CMAs) during March, and found that T-Mobile took less than three days to start deploying the additional spectrum it received from companies including Dish, Bluewater Wireless, LB Holdings and others.

Blog Entry | No | USA | | Francesco Rizzato