- T-cellular Mobile’s service, according to Ookla, was the fastest in the United States in the first quarter of 2022.
- When just looking at 5G connections, the fastest median download speeds were 191.12Mb/s, 107.25Mb/s, and 68.43Mb/s, respectively, for T-Mobile, Verizon, and AT&T.
- T-Mobile has the country’s most widespread 5G network, owing to its use of low-band 600MHz airwaves.
- St. Paul, Minnesota, led the United States in third-quarter download and upload speeds, with a median download speed of 136.72 megabits per second (Mb/s) in the District of Columbia, Rhode Island, Illinois, and New Jersey.
According to Ookla, T-Cellular Mobile’s service was the fastest in the United States in the first quarter of 2022. An Ookla report may be found on a regular basis at Ookla, which is the firm that provides the popular Speedtest bandwidth measuring service to the public.
On current chipsets, T-average Mobile’s download speed was 117.83Mb/s, whereas Verizon’s was 62.62Mb/s, and AT&T’s was 56.10Mb/s. Since the fourth quarter of 2021, when T-median Mobile’s connection speeds were 90.65 Mb/s, speeds have grown.
When just looking at 5G connections, the fastest median download speeds were 191.12 Mb/s, 107.25 Mb/s, and 68.43 Mb/s, respectively.
T-Mobile has the most extensive 5G network in the United States, thanks to its use of low-band 600 MHz airwaves. Currently, AT&T and Verizon’s 5G services are more restricted in terms of availability, but they have the potential to provide faster speeds in cities.
T-Mobile and Verizon both had a median delay of 31 milliseconds, while AT & T had a latency of 34 milliseconds. With 88.3% of results indicating at least 5 Mb/s download and 1 Mb/s upload speeds, T-Mobile also got the best “consistency score.” In third place was AT&T, with 82.1% of the vote, followed by Verizon with 84.6% of the vote.
St. Paul, Minnesota, took first place in the US for fastest download and upload speeds during the third quarter, with a median download speed of 136.72 megabits per second (Mb/s) in the District of Columbia, Rhode Island, Illinois, and New Jersey.