After its June report, OpenSignal releases a new report on the The State of LTE for the month of November. From 8.59Mbps, the Philippines is now down to 8.24Mbps.
The Philippines steps down to 74th place, which used to be in the 71st place in the ranking of 77 countries in this report. Four months ago, we beat India (5.14Mbps), Costa Rica (5.14Mbps), and Saudi Arabia (7.84Mbps). This quarter, we continued to beat India (6.13Mbps), Costa Rica (6.98Mbps), and Saudi Arabia (7.33Mbps). However, Indonesia topped us with a 4G speed of 9.02Mbps which used to be 7.71Mbps on the previous report.
Singapore (46.64Mbps) and South Korea (45.85Mbps) are still the crown-holders in this report.
4G availability-wise, the Philippines ranked 69th (out of 77 countries) with 58.83% LTE accessibility. We used to be on the 72nd rank, so this is a pretty good progress. Just like the previous report, South Korea (96.69%) and Japan (94.11%) still remain on top.
For this particular report, 50,119,524,309 datapoints were collected from 3,816,934 users during the period: Jul 1st – Oct 1st 2017.