T-Mobile is taking a victory lap today, following a new report from independent analytics company opensignal found that T-Mobile won against its rivals AT&T and Verizon in several key 5G categories.
T-Mobile came in first place comparative writing Which measured the 5G availability, reach, download speed, and upload speed of the three major cellular companies in the United States. Verizon beats T-Mobile with 5G video, voice app and game experiences; AT&T was completely shut down and went home with a nice shiny “I tried it” gold star.
“Almost every network report from third-party experts this year shows the same thing: T-Mobile offers unmatched 5G coverage and fast 5G speeds,” said Neville Ray, president of technology at T-Mobile. “Today, we provide 5G speeds and coverage that carriers cannot match. And as we deploy even more ultra-capacity 5G nationwide, we will continue to pull even further away from the pack on performance.”
According to an October 2021 report from OpenSignal, T-Mobile users saw an average 5G download speed of 118.7 Mbps, more than twice as fast as AT&T or Verizon. This represents a 35.6% increase compared to the numbers OpenSignal is using in its July 2021 report. T-Mobile’s lead on 5G upload speeds was less impressive, clocking in at 16.1 Mbps compared to Verizon’s 14.4 Mbps and AT&T’s 9.7 Mbps.
However, T-Mobile also increased its winning margin in the 5G availability and access categories, finding that T-Mobile users spent a third of their time, 34.7%, with active 5G connections, as opposed to AT&T users. Spent. ‘ 16.4% and Verizon’s 9.7%. T-Mobile’s 5G reach, as indicated by the proportion of places visited by a user with a 5G signal, peaked at 7.2 on a 10-point scale, well ahead of AT&T’s 4.9.
Essentially, the big conclusion from OpenSignal’s October report is that T-Mobile’s investment in coverage has made it broader across the board on simpler availability and accessibility, as the overall mobile business continues its switchover to 5G. However, Verizon dominates video streaming and mobile gaming, while AT&T marginalizes in every category.
The big conclusion from OpenSignal’s October report is that T-Mobile’s investment in coverage has made it broad across the board on simple availability and access.
AT&T’s telecommunications got its head at ease i. handed over toAlso in the OpenSignal July report T. The company is still in the game, but a lot is going to depend on what AT&T looks like once it liquidates its entertainment holdings. in his own company. Right now, the picture Opensignal is painting can accuse AT&T of benevolently doing the bare minimum to prepare for a 5G rollout, which is still pretty inconsistent across the US.