Opensignal is the independent global standard for analyzing consumer mobile experience. Their industry reports are the definitive guide to understanding the true experience consumers receive on wireless networks.This week’s report reveals a strong performance from eir, which picks up wins in 13 of 15 award categories, including outright wins in Upload Speed Experience, 5G Upload Speed and 5G Reach. Check out who is topping the charts below. In the report we see that 3 remains the outright with consistency but with their data outage recently some might have a different opinion regarding 3
eir wins both upload speed awards
Opensignal’s Irish users observed the fastest average upload speeds on eir’s network — both for 5G Upload Speed and for overall Upload Speed Experience. For 5G Upload Speed, eir scored an impressive 23.7 Mbps, giving it a lead of around 4.8 Mbps (25.3%) over 3 and Vodafone. On Upload Speed Experience, eir wins with a score of 9.7 Mbps — 0.6 Mbps (6.5%) faster than second-placed 3’s 9.1 Mbps
3 is the outright winner for Excellent Consistent Quality
The highest proportion of tests from users meeting the minimum recommended performance thresholds for watching HD video, completing group video conference calls and playing mobile games was seen on 3’s network — making 3 the sole winner of the Excellent Consistent Quality award. 3 with its score of 73.5% commands a 1.7 percentage point lead over second-placed eir’s score of 71.8%, while Vodafone places third with 68.1%.
Users found 5G in the most locations when using eir’s network
eir is the sole winner of the 5G Reach award, as our eir users on average saw a 5G signal in the the highest proportion of locations out of all the locations they visited — with a resulting 3.7 points on a 10-point scale, comfortably ahead of 3 and Vodafone’s statistically tied scores of 1.7-1.8 points.
The fastest average 5G download speeds were seen by our users with 3 and eir
3 and eir are joint winners of the 5G Download Speed award with statistically tied scores of 182.3-189.9 Mbps — around double that of Vodafone’s score of 92.4 Mbps.