Monthly Archives: February 2013

Africa’s Mobile Explosion

Guest Post by Simon Andersson, development economist. Where is mobile phone coverage most important? If we accept the idea that the importance of mobile technology can only be properly understood as relative to other levels of infrastructure development, then the … Continue reading

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Tell us about your network!

We’ve introduced a new feature into our Android app, which allows you to let us know how your network is performing. Dropped call? Slow data? Poor voice quality? Just press the ‘report’ tab and let us know. When you make … Continue reading

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OpenSignal are finalists in the SmartUK mobile competition

We’re delighted to announce that OpenSignal has been named as a finalist for the Smart UK competition to find ‘Britain’s most innovative mobile company’. The Smart UK competition is run by UK Trade and Investment and aims to reward the … Continue reading

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Announcing the publication of our global 4G LTE report

We’ve just released our report on the global state of 4G LTE, which we’ve been working on for quite a while. The full report is available here, but we thought we’d summarise a few of our findings in a short … Continue reading

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Mapping the World via Cellphones

Here at OpenSignal we’re using cellphones to map signal, cell towers & Wi-Fi access points. When we launched back in 2010 these seemed like obvious things to map using cellphones. To our astonishment we’ve built the biggest project of its … Continue reading

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