Claro delivers fastest overall download speed in a close race with TIM during November

Claro delivers fastest overall download speed in a close race with TIM during November

Claro has maintained its lead for download performance across Brazil with an average download speed of 5.9 Mbps. This was closely followed by TIM with 5.0 Mbps. Both operators delivered similar upload performance with an average of 2.6 Mbps.

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In our overall quality rankings, however, Vivo ranked first and second on both 3G and 4G networks respectively. This was helped by the lowest 3G packet loss among all operators and good upload speeds across both 3G and 4G.

Results were taken from over 650 million network quality tests (over 70 billion unique measurements) that we took during November 2017.


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Our testing methodology is designed to simulate typical user mobile behaviour, such as downloading a photograph or web page, rather than measuring the maximum performance, such as the peak download speed during a very large file transfer (which very few users will achieve) so that we can understand a typical user's experience.

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