Open Signal: The Netherlands has relatively good 4G coverage




The Netherlands has, compared with other countries, a fairly good 4G coverage. Users with a 4G subscription can use eighty percent of the time of 4g. The speed of the Dutch 4G networks is average.

The figures from Open Signal, an app that allows users to measure their reach and then collects the data shows that the measured countries only in South Korea, Japan, Kuwait and Hong Kong often a 4G connection is available: in South Korea, people with a smartphone on average only 5 percent of the time do not use 4g. Argentina provides 34 percent of the worst coverage of the measured countries. It is not known how Belgian 4G users to be there. According to Open Signal is the time spent on a 4G network a good gauge for 4G coverage.

In the Netherlands, KPN as Open Signal the best coverage: Users with a KPN SIM card have 90 percent of the time 4G coverage. Vodafone is 79 percent, and T-Mobile only 65 percent. There is, according to the figures of the app one provider that offers 99 percent of the cases 4G coverage: the South Korean LG U +, a subsidiary of LG.

When it comes to 4G networks speed, Netherlands is incidentally in the middle. On average, the measured download speed on Dutch 4G networks 14 megabits per second, compared to 18 megabits per second in Spain and 17Mbit / s in Finland, Denmark and South Korea. Of the measured countries Saudi Arabia 3Mbit / s the slowest 4G network.

In the Netherlands, T-Mobile’s relatively fast, with a download speed of 20 megabits per second. Vodafone does it with 14 megabits per second and average KPN offers 10 megabits per second, a slightly lower rate than most providers.


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