OpenSignal’s State of USA Mobile Networks Report for August, 2017

OpenSignal has just published their findings on the current state of mobile networks in the USA, using over five million measurements from over a hundred and fifty thousand phones between April and June of this year. T-Mobile in particular saw some impressive results, scoring the highest of all carriers nationwide in each of OpenSignal’s six critical metrics:

4G Availability
T-Mobile – 90.91%
Verizon – 89.79%
AT&T – 83.08%
Sprint – 81.63%

4G Download Speed
T-Mobile – 17.45 Mbps
Verizon – 14.91 Mbps
AT&T – 12.92 Mbps
Sprint – 9.76 Mbps

3G Download Speed
T-Mobile – 3.57 Mbps
AT&T – 2.71 Mbps
Sprint – 1 Mbps
Verizon – 0.83 Mbps

Overall Download Speed
T-Mobile – 16.07 Mbps
Verizon – 13.34 Mbps
AT&T – 11.05 Mbps
Sprint – 8.17 Mbps

4G Latency
T-Mobile – 62.84 ms
AT&T – 63.81 ms
Verizon – 67.38 ms
Sprint – 70.1 ms

3G Latency
T-Mobile – 119.23 ms
AT&T – 136.02 ms
Sprint – 166.2 ms
Verizon – 178.15 ms

To see how carriers performed regionally read the report in full at the link below. And remember, if you disagree with any of these results you can make the next test more accurate by installing the OpenSignal app for Android or iOS.

Source: OpenSignal

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