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Global Mobile Network Experience Awards 2022

By Sam Fenwick, February 2022

In the third Global Mobile Network Experience Awards report, Opensignal once again directly compares operators from around the world to recognize those on which our users had the best mobile experience.

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USA, January 2022, 5G Experience

By Francesco Rizzato, January 2022

In this report, we have recorded many changes in the 5G experience of our U.S. users, but not all are upward. This time, T-Mobile is the only carrier seeing its experience improve across all six categories of the mobile experience we analyzed.

Report Page | No | USA | | Francesco Rizzato

USA, January 2022, Mobile Network Experience

By Francesco Rizzato, January 2022

In this report it is clear that 5G is having a large impact on the overall experience scores. For example, T-Mobile now wins the Download Speed Experience award — fuelled by the progress it made during 2021 in 5G Download Speed.

Report Page | No | USA | | Francesco Rizzato

CBRS usage highlights the strengths and weaknesses of C-band spectrum in the US

By Robert Wyrzykowski, December 2021

Opensignal has analyzed the experience on CBRS and other similar types of spectrum already in use. This new analysis highlights how the CBRS band can boost download speeds, but also how lower power levels dramatically affect users’ experience if they are not close to a cell tower.

Blog Entry | No | USA | | Robert Wyrzykowski

Benchmarking the Global 5G Experience — November 2021

By Ian Fogg, November 2021

In the new international 5G benchmark we see significant changes among the global leaders.

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Analyzing mobile experience at NFL stadiums

By Francesco Rizzato, November 2021

The 2021/2022 season is the first full season where there is widely available 5G from all three national mobile carriers. In this first Opensignal analysis at US sports venues we have analyzed our users’ 5G and overall mobile experience on the three national carriers. 5G is especially important for stadiums because of the need to serve large numbers of users in close proximity without network congestion.

Blog Entry | No | USA | | Francesco Rizzato