European Countries Dominate Independent Study of Best Mobile Experiences

European Countries Dominate Independent Study of Best Mobile Experiences

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Independent data crowdsourcing company Tutela’s annual Global State of Mobile Experience report 2021 reveals that Ericsson customers are leading the way in mobile network experiences in their benchmarks. Danish digital infrastructure provider, TDC NET, was ranked number one for delivering the best mobile experiences in the world.

Ericsson is the sole supplier of the TDC NET network for radio, core and managed services across 3G, 4G and 5G. TDC NET had the highest Excellent Consistent Quality score at 90.37 percent. The figures are based on 2.3 billion speed and latency tests performed on smartphones by ordinary users between 21 August 2020 and 20 August 2021.

Overall, Denmark was the global leader in mobile experience with the highest Excellent Consistent Quality result of 86.16 percent, followed by Finland and South Korea tying statistically for the second place. Netherlands and Austria were the other two countries in the top five leader board with scores of 85.38 percent and 83.02 percent respectively.

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