With average speeds of 20.31Mbps, Verizon lead our download speed chart against AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint in our latest report for the US. T-Mobile, who currently rank third in our download speed chart, have recently made a new deal with CBS to repurporse specturm used by local TV stations in the New York area, which could see better coverage in New York as early as 2019.
Interestingly, both Verizon and AT&T are making developments in another direction, having recently begun testing 4G LTE drones to bring cellular service in next to no time, to those in need of rescuing. Bringing coverage to an area that previously had no coverage could be a game changer for search and rescue operations.
T-Mobile top upload speeds
Ahead of Verizon, T-Mobile lead our upload speed chart with average speeds on 4G of 9.25Mbps. Verizon take a close second place, followed by AT&T and then Sprint.
AT&T lead latency in California and Texas
Whilst Verizon lead our latency chart overall with speeds of 30.8ms on average, AT&T perform best in California and Texas, with speeds of just 22.2ms and 38.4ms respectively, whilst Sprint lead in New York recording 25.1ms on 4G.
Our findings for the United States are based on 14 billion network quality measurements including 848 thousand speed tests in June 2018. Our latest complimentary Mobile Experience Report is available to download from the Tutela Insights portal.
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