Monthly Archives: December 2014

As The Customer Sees It: crowdsourcing regional coverage data

Over the past few weeks we at OpenSignal, along with Which?, the consumer advocacy group, have been putting out reports on the state of mobile coverage in the UK. This began in November when we released a report looking at … Continue reading

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What’s your band? Mapping LTE

“Verizon expands its XLTE network – the combination of Verizon’s existing 700MHz LTE spectrum and its newly activated 2100 MHz AWS spectrum – to over 400 markets in the US.” “T-Mobile’s ‘super fast wideband LTE network’ went live in New … Continue reading

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CrisisSignal launched in Ebola afflicted regions

When disasters strike, whether conflicts, flooding, earthquakes or epidemics, the effectiveness of the emergency response can often mean the difference between life and death. Mobile phones have a crucial role to play in emergency response, and will only grow in … Continue reading

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We’re raising the bar!

Can you hear me now? OpenSignal is trying to reach as many people as possible – and our ‘signal strength’ isn’t great in some countries because our app is not in the local language. We’re asking for your help to raise … Continue reading

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