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.
Now for the first time, Opensignal ranks the world's 5G operators using our leading measures of the real-world mobile network experience.
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AT&T wins our third multiplayer mobile gaming experience award in the U.S.
Opensignal has analyzed data consumption in 20 leading 5G markets and discovered the extent to which 5G users are consuming more data than their 4G peers. We have also analyzed overall data consumption in 65 markets.
Opensignal measured country scores for 19 countries and territories in our first Group Video Calling Experience analysis in North America and Latin America. Our users across the Americas experience the best quality of group video calling over mobile networks in Argentina and Uruguay
Opensignal analyzed smartphone users’ average download speed across business locations in Australia, Canada, Germany, Italy, Japan and the U.S.
In this latest 5G User Experience report we analyze the overall 5G experience and combine measurements taken across all 5G frequency bands. We introduce three new 5G awards: 5G Reach, 5G Games Experience and 5G Voice App Experience.
Opensignal analyzed the U.S. mobile experience on mmWave 5G, a subset of 5G experience which is significantly different to other types of 5G services. We found the fastest average mmWave 5G download speed of 692.9 Mbps using Verizon, which was three times as fast as our tests for AT&T and T-Mobile — 232.7 Mbps and 215.3 Mbps, respectively.