The report also mentioned that the best performers in terms of speed maintains their positions in rankings as the continue to improve on thier speed. About 15 countries have reportedly delivers download speed of 30 Mbps. However, globally, LTE speed continue to decline as more countries introduces lower capacity networks online.
South Korea keeps dominating in the LTE services as it scored the highest in availabilty. The first runner up after the OpenSignal test was Hungary, followed by the Netherlands, then Norway and Singapore. They all recorded exceptionally result in both categories.
India proved they can be among the topshots as they have moved up the LTE availability rankings. It gives a rare scenerio in which a single telecom operator can have an serious impact on a mobile marketing within a short period.
The chart below shows how consistently accessible LTE networks are in each country. Instead of measuring the geographic coverage, OpenSignal’s availability metric tracks the proportion of time users have access to a particular network.
?Adoption of new 4G technologies like 4.5G (LTE Advanced),
?Rate of network congestion.