Dutch mobile networks have almost full 4G coverage on major roads

Mar

12

2016

Dutch mobile networks have almost full 4G coverage in A and N-roads in the country. Only with Tele2, which is still working to achieve nationwide coverage, the range is slightly behind. According to a test range of the company Omni Tele.

The measured differences in coverage between KPN, Vodafone and T-Mobile are not statistically significant, said the Finnish Omni Tele. All three offer 4G coverage to more than 99 percent of the places where the company has measured frequency scanners. Tele2 is something under 94 percent of the sites.

On the road to score all providers slightly less than solid, busy places, but the range remains in order. KPN scores best on the roads with 98.9 percent range, Tele2 does least 88 percent on N-roads.

Omni Tele analyzed the range to continue measurement frequency scanners at 99 fixed locations, such as airports and shopping centers and lots of A and N-roads in the Netherlands. The company has also measured how long it takes to set up calls, placing Facebook posts and YouTube videos to load. That happened with a Galaxy S6 Edge + in combination with various subscriptions. The 4G coverage is not measured on the track.

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