Monday, May 20, 2024

Globe makes huge jump in 5G gaming, says Opensignal

Mobile metrics firm Opensignal has unveiled its latest mobile network experience awards citing the ranking of global telcos.

In the Philippines, Globe Telecom has made the most improvement in 5G Games Experience among Group I operators (those from markets with a land area of more than 200,000km2), Opensignal reported.

Globe’s rise of 30.3% is followed by fellow 5G Global Rising Stars Movistar Chile with 26.7% and French Free Mobile with 26.1%.

Opensignal further said Sweden’s Telenor, Malaysia’s Unifi, and South Korea’s SK telecom are this year’s kings of speed.

Telenor and Unifi users observed the fastest average 5G Download Speeds in Group I, making the two operators 5G global winners with statistically tied scores of 407.4-421.7Mbps. They are followed by three 5G Global Leaders: Brazil’s Vivo, Malaysia’s Digi and TIM Brazil.

In Group II, SK telecom is the sole 5G Global Winner with a score of 458.5Mbps — the other two South Korean operators — KT and LG U+ are 5G Global Leaders, along with Singapore’s M1 and A1 Bulgaria.

Across Group I markets, our users with Japan’s SoftBank and Malaysia’s Digi have the best experience when playing multiplayer mobile games on 5G, Opensignal said.

SoftBank and Digi share the top spot in Group I for 5G Games Experience with statistically tied scores of 89.7-90.2 points on a 100-point scale.

Two other Malaysian operators are Global Leaders in Group I — Celcom and U Mobile, alongside Indonesia’s Telkomsel. Singapore’s Singtel reigns supreme in Group II with a score of 93.7 points while its local rivals, StarHub and M1 are 5G Global Leaders as are csl, 3, and CMHK in Hong Kong.

Further, Sweden’s Telenor and Tele2 come top for 5G Video Experience.

Swedish Telenor and Tele2 are Group I’s 5G Global Winners with statistically tied scores of 78-78.6 points on a 100-point scale, Opensignal said.

The only 5G Global Leader in Group I which is not European, is Japan’s SoftBank with a score of 77.8 points.

A much tighter race in Group II has resulted in a remarkable nine-way tie for the top spot consisting of Slovenia’s Telemach, Telekom Slovenije and A1, Singapore’s StarHub and Singtel, Magenta and A1 in Austria, Swisscom in Switzerland along with O2 in Slovakia.


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