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Analyzing the impact of unlimited data in the US

By Kevin Fitchard, August 2017

Last week OpenSignal <a href="/blog/2017/07/24/introducing-opensignals-new-peak-speed-metric/">unveiled a new experimental metric</a> called average peak speed, which is designed to gauge a network&rsquo;s full data connection capabilities under optimal conditions.

Whose customers are using Wifi the most in the US?

By Kevin Fitchard, April 2017

Though we may be in the era of fast 4G connections, Wifi still plays a significant role in our mobile connectivity.

LTE: How US operators stack up by region

By Kevin Fitchard, February 2017

Last week OpenSignal released its semi-annual State of Mobile Networks report for the U.S., comparing the 3G and 4G performance of the big 4 nationwide.

4G speeds are on the rise in US cities

By Kevin Fitchard, February 2017

Today OpenSignal published its State of Mobile Networks report for the U.S., breaking down the network performance of the four major operators both nationwide and in cities across the country.

USA, February 2017, State of Mobile Networks

By Kevin Fitchard, February 2017

Six months ago T-Mobile had just edged ahead of Verizon in our 4G speed rankings, but in our fourth quarter tests Verizon regained ground.

USA, August 2016, State of Mobile Networks

By Kevin Fitchard, August 2016

It was a close contest, but T-Mobile walked away with OpenSignal's award for fastest LTE speeds, averaging 16.3 Mbps in our summer download tests.

USA, February 2016, State of Mobile Networks

By Kevin Fitchard, February 2016

T-Mobile traditionally has fallen short of its larger rivals Verizon and AT&T in coverage, but it's a problem CEO John Legere has vowed to fix.