Tag Archives: mobile operators

Can we ever hope to eliminate mobile notspots in London?

The Connected London initiative was launched in the U.K. capital this summer, an ambitious scheme which hopes to drive improvement through digital technology and data. Part of the plan includes tackling mobile broadband “notspots” – where the signal is extremely … Continue reading

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The 5G investment conundrum: Cutting through the hype

As we move into the second half of 2018, the hype around 5G shows no signs of diminishing. There was palpable excitement about the next generation of mobile networks at Mobile World Congress in February, driven by flashy demos from … Continue reading

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Infographic: 5 tips for picking your next mobile operator

Last month OpenSignal published a detailed guide to picking a mobile operator, looking at some not-so-obvious factors such as the quality of a service provider’s 3G network and the possibility of choosing a virtual operator. We got some good feedback on the … Continue reading

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5 things to think about when picking your next mobile operator

Editor’s Note: Since publishing this article, we have created an infographic that summarizes these five tips in an easy-to-reference format. You can find the infographic here or at the end of this blog post. Given what I do for a … Continue reading

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T-Mobile US customers get to “binge” on video, but there’s a subtle price to pay

The rumors are true. T-Mobile US is exempting video streaming from its core smartphone customers, meaning customers can feast on Netflix, HBO Go, ESPN and flicks and clips of 21 other media apps without worrying about draining their data plans. … Continue reading

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AT&T to customers: Just keep your suggestions to yourselves

As a former journalist I can tell that legal departments don’t always see eye to eye to with editorial, and I imagine that same kind of friction exists between a big corporation’s lawyers and its public relations staff. If you … Continue reading

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