How three major carriers typically experience 5G across the US

The 5G is all the rage now, with carriers trying to outdo each other using their own unique methods. Here’s how the three great carriers come together. Recently, Opensignal shared its latest 5G Experience report, explaining how customers in all three major carriers are accustomed to hearing 5G in the US.

According to the Opensignal report, in testing between June 14th and September 11th, T-Mobile is the averages a huge 118.7 Mbps which increases with download speeds when connected to its 5th generation network.

That is doubled the completion of the second place, Verizon, which managed to get an average (by comparison) of 56 Mbps. AT&T got worse than Verizon at 51.5 Mbps.

T-Mobile also earned the top position for loading speed again, at an average of 16.1 Mbps. Verizon set the nearest second with 14.4 Mbps and AT&T entered 9.7 Mbps. The T-Mobile network is not large enough to skip the competition at loading speed (via-XDA).

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The Uncarrier also wins inaccessibility and overall access, users have spent 34.7% of their time on 5G connectivity. Verizon users were on a 5G 16.4% connection, while AT&T users only heard 9.7% of the time.

T-Mobile has maintained steady leadership in broadcasting and speed since the start of the 5G wars. It started with its brand new 600Mhz band for 5G use only, followed by the 2.5Ghz band is found in the Sprint band. The competition had to re-use their existing teams initially, which gave T-Mobile the first chance.

While T-Mobile may have the crown of high speed, Verizon has won top spots for “5G Video Experience”, “5G Games Experience”, and “5G Voice Experience”. AT&T took second place in games and voice production, while T-Mobile took second place in video information.

The Opensignal claims to measure a variety of factors, such as video upload and buffering times, ping/jitter and packet loss, and call quality, to get the perfect score in these categories. AT&T failed in any category.

Earlier, it had bound Verizon to get the best of 5G video. AT&T has actually gotten worse this time around in many stages, suggesting some kind of network fixes or other issues with their 5G network.

If you would like to be a part of Opensignal usage statistics and metrics, you can download the company app from Google Play or the Apple App Store. Be sure to check out our recommendations for the best 5G phones so you can join in all the fun in the latest generation of mobile network technology.


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