4G/LTE Availability (2016)

4G/LTE Availability (2016)

This map shows how consistently accessible 4G networks are in each country. Rather than measure geographic coverage, OpenSignal’s availability metric tracks the proportion of time users have access to a particular network. For example if a country has 50% 4G availability, then on average that country’s 4G users can find an LTE signal half of the time.

A high 4G availability can be an indication of good geographic coverage, but the metric tracks more than where users can find an LTE signal on a map. It accounts for indoor connections and times of high congestion when it’s often difficult to get a 4G signal even on high-coverage networks.

For this report was analyzed 17 billion measurements conducted by 500,687 OpenSignal 4G smartphone users between July 1 and Sept. 30.

Via opensignal.com

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