Ookla is out with its latest report for mobile and fixed broadband Internet speeds in the US. Continuing a trend, T-Mobile won for best mobile performance across the board with speeds roughly 2x faster than AT&T and Verizon along with having the highest consistency and availability. Meanwhile, for fixed broadband, Verizon edged out XFINITY for the fastest service.
For mobile, T-Mobile again outperformed the competition – corroborating results we’ve seen from recent Opensignal studies.
US Mobile speeds for Q1 2022
The median download speed for T-Mobile increased from 90.65 Mbps in Q4 last year to 117.83 Mbps for Q1 this year in Ookla’s study. Verizon and AT&T came in at roughly half the median speed at 62.62 and 56.10 Mbps, respectively.
T-Mobile also won for the highest consistency, availability, and outperformed AT&T and Verizon by a big margin with its 5G speeds.
US broadband speeds for Q1 2022
For fixed broadband Internet, Verizon again took top honors with a 184.35 Mbps median download speed with XFINITY and Cox following closely behind at 179.12 and 174.32, respectively.
Verizon also led for the lowest latency at 8 ms and the highest consistency at 90.6%.
Check out the full Ookla report for more details like regional/city performance and more.
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