T-Mobile USA reigns supreme worldwide
T-Mo’s towering 40.4 percent and 7.8-point scores respectively are way ahead of title contenders like Taiwan’s FarEasTone, Kuwait’s stc, Korea’s SK Telecom, and Hong Kong’s CMHK, while Verizon, for instance, has no place among the “5G global leaders”… or “5G global high performers” in either of these two categories.
The “Un-carrier’s” chart-topping numbers, mind you, essentially mean that Opensignal’s latest tests successfully found a 5G signal in nearly eight out of 10 locations visited, maintaining said signal for more than 40 percent of the time spent connected to the second-largest operator stateside.
The former result and T-Mo’s huge 5G reach advantage over all of its global rivals are particularly impressive when you consider the natural geographical differences between the US and countries like Taiwan or Kuwait.
Where are Verizon and AT&T?
Unfortunately for their customers, and in a way, the entire US wireless industry, Verizon and AT&T are simply nowhere to be found on the top 10 and even top 30 global lists for 5G availability, 5G download speed, 5G upload speed, 5G games experience, and 5G video experience.
For what it’s worth, Big Red is named one of the world’s 5G download speed “rising stars”, which would be a solid achievement were it not for T-Mobile’s staggering 98.9 percent year-on-year improvement in the same department dwarfing Verizon’s much humbler 38.3 percent progress during the same period.