Open Signal ‘cover’ Dutch 4G networks improved in recent times

Feb

5

2016

The ‘coverage’ of Dutch 4G networks has improved in recent times, as has noted Open Signal. At the Dutch Open Signal app could in 83 percent of cases a test using a 4G network, six months ago was that in 80 percent of cases.

Especially with Tele2 and T-Mobile increased the number of tests on 4g. Tele2 it went from 51 percent to 70 percent, while it rose by T-Mobile from 72 to 84 percent. KPN and Vodafone remained about the same. Open Signal notes that the Dutch network to the global summit due in terms of speed and coverage. The top area of ​​’coverage’ is LGT in Korea, with 99.6 percent.

Belgian providers were average to 66 percent of the tests on 4g. Proximus and Mobistar was 71 percent, Base 50 percent. Especially for Proximus means a big increase, because with that provider was a half years ago, 61 percent of the measurements at 4g. Belgium is in the middle of the countries surveyed.

Open Signal collects its figures by every ten to fifteen minutes to make a measurement on the background, it includes the type of network and the towers which the phone is connected by transmits. Open Signal takes only for this measurement, the phones which join at least one time have had a connection with 4g. Worldwide, Open Signal data collected from 357 924 phones.

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