Analytics company Opensignal analysed the mobile experience of users who switched mobile operators (or those who decided to quit), and found that two out of three users had an unsatisfactory experience before they jumped to another provider.
2degrees users are the first in New Zealand to enjoy an Excellent Video Experience, says Opensignal.
Above, we saw the results for Australia's 5G networks, but what about Australia's mobile network experience in general, which sees much more 4G coverage than 5G?
In the Australian battle for 5G supremacy, Telstra comes out on top, but despite Optus claiming the fastest 5G in Sydney and Melbourne, Opensignal appoints them both as joint 5G download speed winners.
Melbourne beat Sydney to be Australia’s fastest city for 5G delivery across all frequency bands, according to a new ‘real-world’ measurement which sees that leading cities globally have a significantly better 5G experience than national scores.
The divide between rural and urban dwellers in New Zealand is narrowing as far as their mobile experience goes, a report claims, adding that however there were differences in what users experienced on the country's three networks.
Opensignal has released its Global Mobile Network Experience Awards 2021, and while neither Telstra, nor Optus or Vodafone appear in the top two award tiers anywhere in the world, Telstra has beaten Optus in every third-tier award category save one.
Opensignal regularly analyses mobile networks around the world, having recently looked at the 5G experience worldwide as of Jan 2021, with its latest report looking at T-Mobile's standalone 5G network, one of the world's only standalone access 5G deployments to date.
Opensignal bills itself as "the independent global standard for understanding the true state of the world’s mobile networks based on measurements of real user experience", and it has released its benchmark of 5G globally as it currently stands in early 2021.
Australia's average 5G download speed is third among the leading 12 5G markets studied by analytics firm OpenSignal, with Saudi Arabia, unexpectedly, top and South Korea second.
Australia stands sixth in average mobile download speeds among 87 countries surveyed by Opensignal, a company that has measured the mobile network experience in these nations, for its State of Mobile Network Experience report.
Following on from OpenSignal’s Global State of LTE report comes its successor, looking at both 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi network coverage on a global basis.
Vodafone has updated its Network Satisfaction Guarantee with a 30-day money-back period for post-paid customers if unsatisfied, no questions asked, as it points to strong OpenSignal results.
Australia is an early tech adopter and in the 3/4G stakes, it is no different. Its mobile networks meet or exceed world standards.
Australia's 4G networks deliver the fastest download speeds in the world beating out countries like Denmark and South Korea, according to a new report.
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