Which Broadband Service Provider Is Giving Americans The Fastest Results? This New Survey Says It All

A new report is shedding light on American fixed broadband service providers and how satisfied consumers really are in today’s time.

The study comes to us thanks to Opensignal who shares more insights on whose leading the pack in terms of speed for uploads and downloads as well as other factors that better the entire user experience.

This particular study provided more details on how plenty of regional markets are going head to head and how they’re comparing against one another in the competitive market.

The study was published this month and it entailed the latest figures on this front during the morning hours. Moreover, the company noted how every provider in this study listed important services in nearly four out of the five places and even passed more than one million residences.

OpenSignal says it had all of the leading broadband options inside of it including the likes of Starlink.

Verizon Fios was the front-runner in terms of the fastest download speeds across the American broadband internet market. The figures stood at 157 Mbps while in second place, it was AT&T’s fiber network with a speed of 140 Mbps. And the top three were rounded up by Google Fiber.

Closely trailing behind including Spectrum and Cox with 137 and 131 Mbps.

The study showed how Verizon and T-Mobile were a part of the list’s middle. As far as those who performed poorly on the list are concerned, it had to do with home services that were non-fiber and happened to be a part of the list of small-scale providers.

Coming down to stats for average upload speeds of broadband services, both Google Fiber and AT&T continued to beat out Verizon. And it was also witnessed creating a score of 107 when compared to the 96 Mbps figures for AT&T.

In terms of consistency, we saw Verizon lead the pack, beating out second and third-place winners Frontier and Google.

As far as video experiences are concerned, the search engine giant could beat Verizon by a small fraction as the authors even conducted a comparison that went head to head against the rest to see how well they faired against each other.

One prime example of that was T-Mobile’s internet service that’s based on 5G and it was compared against the likes of classic providers. The authors mentioned more about how well it performed and how it ended up beating the likes of Frontier and even CenturyLink. These both arise under the non-fiber category.

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