Speedtest operators have compiled an interesting rating of the mobile network speed provided by local service providers from the measurement results of users.
There are a lot of people who have to shut down their 3G network these days to change the phone, but not a few have consciously switched to a 5G compatible mobile phone in recent years to enjoy the lightning-fast data transfer provided by the new network. Recent statistics show which provider is worth choosing if you want to get the most out of your mobile Internet access.
since Speedtest.net Its main function is to measure the speed of the current Internet connection, the site operators do not have to do any special research, it is enough to collect data from the measurements of their users, so that they can publish detailed statistics on the trends of some countries on a monthly basis. For example, it turned out that Hungary was in the 46th place in the world in terms of mobile Internet speed, taking into account the data for March.
This was achieved by the fact that the download speed was 41.32Mbps in terms of average measurements, the upload speed was 13.23Mbps, and Ookla, powered by Speetdest, was often measured at a voltage of 21ms. However, in some ways, local providers ranked one by one, so Yettel turned out to be better than the national average in terms of download speeds, with most measurements showing a value close to 50.62 Mbps. Telenor’s successor will soon follow Telekom at 45.07 Mbps, while Vodafone and Digi will catch up with 24.83 Mbps and 6.75 Mbps, respectively.
In terms of ping, that is, the response time between the server and the client, the domain is head-on, with Teloda’s aggregation of 21ms lagging behind the 20ms result for Vodafone and Yettel. However, in the last reliability category evaluated by Speedtest, the purple provider performed in the first place, providing mobile internet with a minimum download rate of 5 Mbps and uploading 1 Mbps in 90.6% of the measurements. In this category, second place Little (88.2%) and third Vodafone (87.7%) didn’t lag far behind, but Digi proved less reliable, coming in 63.1% of the time.
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