Telus Edges Rogers and Bell in OpenSignal’s Latest Mobile Network Report

OpenSignal has launched their first Mobile Network Experience Canada file of the brand new yr, which compares the rustic’s wi-fi avid gamers with regards to obtain speeds and availability.

The February 2020 file says “Canada has transform a normal bearer for the facility of 4G networking — and it continues to provoke in our metrics.”

Telus gained the 4G Availability, Download Speed Experience and Latency Experience classes, whilst tying with Bell for Video Experience and Rogers with Upload Speed Experience.

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Incumbent operators Rogers, Telus and Bell “all averaged obtain speeds more than 35 Mbps throughout their cell broadband networks in our research, and in some towns the ones operators had been pushing the velocity envelope well past 60 Mbps.”

Upload speeds through the ‘Big 3’ also are prime, consistent with OpenSignal, noting 4G succeed in has reached spectacular ranges.

However, no operator has but to surpass the 90% mark in 4G availability. This present file confirmed Telus edged out Bell in 4G availability, with a rating of 89.3% as opposed to 88.1% for Bell.

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Telus and Bell Lead Video Experience 

But a brand new Video Experience metric is appearing Canada “excels in a key measure of the patron cell revel in,” with Telus and Bell chief over Rogers and different wi-fi carriers.

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While Telus is the obtain pace king with a mean obtain of 49 Mbps, the service is being problem on add speeds through Rogers, as each firms tied with a mean add pace of slightly below 10 Mbps in checks.

For obtain speeds through town, OpenSignal notes extra towns are seeing speeds over 60 Mbps, with Edmonton seeing two firms surpassing 68 Mbps in their obtain metrics, whilst in seven towns, information confirmed a minimum of one wi-fi service had a mean obtain pace upper than 60 Mbps.

The February 2020 OpenSignal Mobile Network Experience Canada file used to be compiled the use of 1.15 billion measurements from 161,672 gadgets, with information accumulated from October 1, 2020 to December 29, 2020.

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