T-Mobile vs Verizon vs AT&T: final H1 2022 5G test results are in… and they’re pretty great
There can be only one winner
What might be a little unexpected is that Magenta has somehow managed to extend its lead over the competition (yet again) in both categories, boosting its tally of regional 5G availability and 5G speed titles from an already impressive 83 and 48 in H2 2021 to 100 and 75 now.
Meanwhile, Fayetteville, North Carolina leads the 75 markets where T-Mobile delivers the highest 5G download speeds with, in lack of a better word, a mind-blowing median score of 410 Mbps (!!!). T-Mo incredibly exceeds 200 Mbps download figures in 59 of those 75 cities, including 16 where the median result is higher than 300 Mbps.
Although generally regarded as a less meaningful measure of network performance than speed and availability by “everyday” users, reliability is also definitely important, basically completing the picture by assessing how easily it is to both get and stay connected to a certain signal out in the real world.
Everyone is improving on every level
While we all love a good fight and the main point of these in-depth tests is clearly to name a winner and two losers, the general progress of the US wireless industry as a whole benefits pretty much everyone.
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