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Welcome to the OpenSignal World Cup, where 32 countries compete in our speed metrics

World Cup fever is upon us! Starting Thursday, 32 countries will vie against one another in the tournament of tournaments with the goal of lifting the most coveted trophy in football (or as we yanks call it, soccer). Will reigning … Continue reading

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The mobile video experience in Mexico is good one – as long as you have a 4G connection

Imagine this: You’re watching the final game of the Apertura between Chivas and Club América on your smartphone, and just as América’s star striker receives the ball in front of goal — with no one but the goalkeeper in between … Continue reading

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OpenSignal tests show Telcel has the fastest upstream connections in Mexico

Got a massive file to upload or want to stream live video from your phone? In Mexico at least, Telcel is the operator best equipped to handle either feat, according to OpenSignal’s latest tests. We put Mexico under the lens … Continue reading

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As 4G reach in Latin America improves, so does the consumer experience

OpenSignal recently published its State of LTE report, examining 4G speed and 4G reach in 88 countries in the 4th quarter of 2017. Today, we’re drilling down into a specific region, Latin America, to see how the 4G experience compares … Continue reading

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The State of LTE in Latin America

Today OpenSignal released its latest State of LTE report, examining the 4G progress of 77 countries around the world. It just so happens that the GSMA’s Mobile 360 Series Latin America conference kicked off this week, an event in which … Continue reading

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Telcel, AT&T still locked in a 4G battle in Mexico

In March, Telcel was the king of 4G speed in Mexico, but AT&T had the greater LTE signal reach, according to OpenSignal’s State of Mobile Networks report published that month. But six months later the tables have turned. In our … Continue reading

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LTE spreads its wings in Mexico

It’s been a busy six months for Mexico’s mobile operators. Since we published our last State of Mobile Networks report in October, AT&T Mexico, Movistar and Telcel have all been expanding the reach of their LTE networks, and not by insignificant … Continue reading

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AT&T battles it out with Telcel in Mexico

It’s been less than two years since AT&T crossed the U.S. border, buying up Mexico’s two smallest mobile providers, but in that short time it’s managed to build up quite the impressive mobile data operation. In our second State of … Continue reading

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Mexico newcomer AT&T is wasting no time in challenging Telcel

It’s only been a year since AT&T officially entered Mexico through its acquisitions of Iusacell and Nextel, but it’s making its presence felt. In OpenSignal’s first State of Mobile Networks report for Mexico, we took a close look at the … Continue reading

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Which is the second most popular operating system in Latin America?

Ok – we’ve got a question for you. What’s the second most popular operating system in Latin America? As the roulette wheel of your brain spins between iOS, Blackberry, Windows Phone and (maybe?) Symbian, we’ll go and make a cup … Continue reading

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