OpenSignal has as objective to identify mobile coverage all over the world, and Denmark is doing well.
Brits behind OpenSignal app has released a report on the LTE network coverage, and Denmark is doing well in the study.
Using the app’s users have OpenSignal mapped cell coverage, so that users can find the telecommunications company, which covers the best where you live. It’s data from these particular users, provided the basis for the investigation.
In the report included 16 countries, and there will be focused on two things, namely LTE coverage and speed of LTE network.
Speed good in Denmark
Hastighedsmæssigt is Denmark on a nice fifth place with an average download speed of 20.1 megabits per second. At the other end of the scale, you will find among other United States, by comparison, only has an average speed of 6.5 megabits per second.
On the front cover is OpenSignal arrived at that the Danes have access to LTE network 62 percent of the time. It is located in the study in the middle of the field, but still ahead of countries such as the United Kingdom, France and Germany.
According to OpenSignal have 76 countries right now LTE worldwide, and 18 additional plans to implement the network. OpenSignals app is available for download for both iPhone and Android.