ren122, 10 Jun 2017what do you expect? they've always been the most highly developed the rest are crap. Yep totally. Glad I'm in Singapore not Malaysia
Anonymous, 10 Jun 2017Not really. The list is a huge mix of free and command economies. Ecuador has a closed, social... moreits funny because while the coverage is impressive for the size, the speed is really what matters the most. Notice how USA puts such emphasis on LTE coverage because the more people pay for it the more profit. But notice how they don't really care about the quality only the coverage.
xXENDER FREAKXx, 10 Jun 2017Wow Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore are the only 3 highest asian countries with good LTE cover... morewhat do you expect? they've always been the most highly developed the rest are crap.
In India we cant expect greater speed as mobile data is so cheap here (almost free), because of cheap data plans, so many people use mobile internet instead of broadband and this is the reason network operator struggling hard to provide good speed.
Wow Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore are the only 3 highest asian countries with good LTE coverage unlike other asian countries
ResolvePi, 09 Jun 2017Proves what I have always believed, the free market is no good at infrastructure. Not really. The list is a huge mix of free and command economies. Ecuador has a closed, socialist economy and it is terrible at coverage and connection speeds per the map. It is only about the size of North and South Carolina combined. The United States has a mostly free economy, with government-backed monopolies in telecom (by way of net neutrality law), but it is the largest country on the map (Canada doesn't count because almost 95% of its population lives within a hundred miles of the US border) and still outpaces most other countries in 4G coverage. The United States is massive -- most individual states are going to be as large as some entire countries in Europe and Asia. If you don't realize how large the United States is, you've never been there or never left the city. Watch out -- nature isn't full of dubstep and skinny jeans!
Anonymous, 10 Jun 2017I do not see ChinaI just wondering too. Maybe China and Russia were excluded.
Anonymous, 09 Jun 2017In Philippines, Globe Tel.Com. offers 10MBPS of internet speed with 100GB DATA allowance for P... moreGlobe and Smart both sucks in our country, I am so happy and pissed at the fact that we are number 5 at the bottom of this survey. Telstra is already in the country but cannot find a deal more worthy than what Danding Cojuangco asked from the Australian Network which is 70-30, that percentage is too much, it supposed to be 70 (Telstra) and 30 (Danding) not otherwise
In Philippines, Globe Tel.Com. offers 10MBPS of internet speed with 100GB DATA allowance for Php 1,299 (Hidden charges apply). Globe connection sucks a lot. Too slow.. No Customer Service is freakin bad... I hope telstra will enter Philippines.
Robi, 09 Jun 2017RIP Philippines poor LTE Coverage you have to be happy because you are not in our country, we only got 4g recently and it is upto 5mbps at highest speeds mostly
Anonymous , 09 Jun 2017I am glad that Asians dominate.asians are not dominating lol. Only two take top spot and tahts Japan and korea for avalaibility and for speed only two asian countries are above.
Shame on japan for having slow 4g. How is it that korea has faster speeds than Japan.
I'm from Sri Lanka , Our 4G Carriers offer more than 50mbps and fiber lines offer more than 100mbps. but our people doesn't use Open Signal much we use OOKLA.
Anonymous, 09 Jun 2017Even Pakistan has better 4g speeds than India *facepalm*Well 4G in India is almost free as of now...
Anonymous, 09 Jun 2017Even Pakistan has better 4g speeds than India *facepalm*Hail wifi !!
I'm ashamed to be a Filipino because of this report.. Tsk! They should have let Telstra to venture in our country and we could've have experienced faster 4G Signal. Damn those Aquino's they just want to build an empire in our country with their shitty networks.