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We recently published our latest report on the State of Mobile Networks in the U.S., where the network speed and 4G availability awards were dominated by a couple of operators. But AT&T won one notable accolade in OpenSignal’s metrics – … Continue reading
The approval of AT&T’s acquisition of Time Warner signals big changes in the US telecoms market. AT&T gains access to Time Warner’s huge content library, including TV and movie giants HBO, CNN, TBS, TNT and Warner Bros. This content will … Continue reading
Over the past year or so, unlimited data has really taken off in the U.S., with all four of the big players launching competitive plans to try to get a bigger piece of the market. But just because consumers are … Continue reading
The TV ad war between mobile operators in the U.S. has reached a fever pitch. Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile are using everything from marbles to samurai swords – and in T-Mobile’s case a good deal of sarcasm – to explain … Continue reading
Sprint, the operator who famously first began using the term 4G, is back at the name-creation game. This week it unveiled a new moniker for its LTE network in 77 cities. That name is LTE Plus, and it replaces Spark, … Continue reading
Today OpenSignal released the next installment of our State of LTE report, which tracks the coverage, speed and overall performance of 4G networks worldwide. This is our most comprehensive LTE report to date, including data on 183 operators globally drawn … Continue reading