T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T: The US 5G war goes global as one carrier takes home two big titles

If you feel that the main meals of those Comprehensive reports on US 5G network experience and frequent Comparisons of the major wireless service providers in the country Getting a little predictable lately, Opensignal has come out today with even more interesting A collection of in-depth test results from around the world.

Yes, not only T-Mobile, Verizon and AT&T are being met this time in key categories such as 5G availability, access, download speed, upload speed, gaming experience and video experience, but also more than 100 other mobile network operators from countries as diverse as Canada, Mexico, Australia, China and Korea South Africa, Argentina, Bulgaria, Sweden, South Africa and Qatar.
The goal is to give six overall 5G network The 2022 World Titles, plus a whole host of other honorable mentions across the above categories and an additional list of “most improved” awards, it’s no surprise that one of the three biggest names in America’s wireless industry comes in far more than the two arch-rivals on the lists. These prizes.

T-Mobile USA reigns all over the world

While Opensignal and a host of other unbiased analytics companies have rewarded T-Mobile’s national 5G coverage outperforms Time and time again in the past two years or so, we’ve never expected Magenta to dominate global 5G availability and 5G access schemes… by such staggering margins.

T-Mo’s towering scores of 40.4 percent and 7.8 points outperform title contenders such as Taiwan’s FarEasTone, Kuwait’s stc, Korea’s SK Telecom, and Hong Kong’s CMHK, while Verizon, for example, has no place among” “Global 5G Leaders” … or “global high-performance 5G” in either of these two categories.

AT&T was ranked first in the latest list of 5G network reach, but it lost the top ten in this category, while scoring nearly two and a half points less than T-Mobile on a 10-point scale.

The “Un-carrier” numbers topping the chart, remember, basically mean that Opensignal’s latest tests successfully found a 5G signal in nearly eight of the 10 sites visited, keeping the mentioned signal for more than 40 percent of the time It was spent in connection with the second – the largest operator in the United States.

The previous result and T-Mo’s massive advantage of 5G access over all of its global competitors is particularly impressive when you consider the natural geographic differences between the United States and countries like Taiwan or Kuwait.

The way Magenta was able to cover such a vast nation with not only low ranges but also Mid-band 5G It’s simply amazing, and the latest technology has allowed T-Mobile to make significant headway in the 5G download speed department as well.

Where are Verizon and AT&T located?

Unfortunately for its customers, and somehow, the entire US wireless industry, Verizon and AT&T, is simply nowhere in the top ten and even top 30 global lists for 5G availability, 5G download speed, 5G upload speed, 5G gaming experience, and 5G video experience. .

For what it’s worth, Big Red he is Named a “rising star,” one of the world’s fastest 5G download speeds, which would be a solid achievement had it not been for T-Mobile’s impressive 98.9 percent year-over-year improvement in the same division, dwarfing Verizon’s more modest lead by 38.3 percent during the same period.

Verizon At least a (regional) victory can be declared in 5G gaming, making the (expanded) category list of most improved carriers (compared to the 4G experience rather than last year’s 5G performance), while AT&T He is, as Opensignal so eloquently puts it, “obvious by his absence” pretty much everywhere in anticipation of an accident. Subtract C . range Which was always expected to take a little longer than Recent Speed ​​and Availability Improvements from Verizon.
In addition to T-Mobile USA, SK Telecom and KT in South Korea, Telia, Sweden’s Tele2, and Slovenia’s Telemach have all claimed global 5G titles either directly or jointly in this comprehensive report dated September 2022, reminding the world how far some Asian and European countries have come. Compared to the US when it comes to 5G adoption and, more importantly, the real 5G innovation.

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