This morning OpenSignal have published a new “State of LTE” report. You can find their February one here but today the report, which focuses on the speed and availability of 4G networks around the world, gives us a number of highlights.
First, the fastest 4G countries in the world now have download speeds greater than 30 Mbps. Here in the UK we’re seeing an average of 21.16 Mbps on 4G, which compares to 13.03 Mbps in Trumpton (sorry, I promise to only do that once) and 34.94 Mbps in New Zealand. The two fastest, Singapore and South Korea, average greater than 45 Mbps.
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