RootMetrics: Verizon best US wireless network in 2014 second-half; AT&T second
In its latest mobile network performance report, RootMetrics has revealed that Verizon has retained its top rank among the wireless networks in the US during the second half of 2014; with AT&T grabbing the second spot.
For compiling its latest mobile network performance report, RootMetrics carried out over 5.7 million tests, covering a total of 288,165 miles, across the US.
The report shows that Verizon beat AT&T in terms of mobile network performance in most parameters examined by RootMetrics, including network reliability, speed, call performance, and data performance.
According to the RootMetrics report, Verizon had an impressive overall performance score in the 2014 second-half, scoring 93.9 points on a maximum performance scale of 100 points. Second-ranking AT&T scored 91.7 points.
So far as the other two leading US wireless carriers – Sprint and T-Mobile – are concerned, the RootMetrics report has revealed that the overall performance score of Sprint in 2014 second half was 86.6/100; while that of T-Mobile was 84/100. Despite the fact that Sprint and T-Mobile were way behind their bigger rivals in the latest RootMetrics report, both the carriers showed an improvement in absolute performance as compared to the first half of 2014.
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