4G network in Italy: according to OpenSignal data good speed, less availability

4G network in Italy: according to OpenSignal data good speed, less availability

 

OpenSignal released data related to the network 4G LTE in June, which focus as usual on the coverage and speed offered in the various countries of the world, including Italy. As if the will fared the Bel Paese?

Compared to what we saw a few months ago, in this case the graph refers not to the global average speed, but only to that in the 4G LTE network. It is probably for this reason that Italy is in a better position: our country is in fact found to 16th place (compared to 27 ° of previous data), with an average of 29.12 Mbps . We are ahead of many European countries, such as Spain, Austria, Sweden, Switzerland, France, Germany and even the US, far behind in this ranking.

4G network in Italy: according to OpenSignal data good speed, less availability

Now we turn to the chart on the cover, and in this case we have to leave the top of the standings, approaching “dangerous” to the bottom (although France and Germany are always around). More than coverage should talk about availability , because the data does not refer to the geographical coverage, but the percentage of time in which users have access to 4G. While the upper floors South Korea continues to raise its voice and the United States are ransomed, Italy falls to 56th place  (60.6%), just behind Kazakhstan and just above Morocco.

4G network in Italy: according to OpenSignal data good speed, less availability

In this graph shows a comparison between the two values (the availability and speed): as already confirmed by previous data, there are not many countries that we exceed an average speed of 4G, but with regard to the availability we could do much to better.

4G network in Italy: according to OpenSignal data good speed, less availability

On the cover you have got to see the global map: the more the country is dark, the higher the average speed of the 4G network. We reiterate once again that in these cases are not taken into account the 2G and 3G networks. To learn more you can go on OpenSignal site by following the source. As you find yourself with 4G coverage with your operator? Are you satisfied?

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