Opensignal pits 5G enhanced services against each other

You know 5G, but there’s also AT&T 5G+, T-Mobile’s Ultra Capacity 5G, and Verizon’s Ultra Wideband. They’re essentially the ludicrous speed of 5G because there’s really an upper limit for how much bandwidth you need.

Click here for the quantification/release opensignal did – this is exclusively on the enhanced services, not just typical 5G.

TL;DR version is T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon for availability. T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T for speed.

If you’re a gamer, and for some reason attempting to game over 5G, Verizon’s your pick. Also for adaptive video experience. Neither of which I particularly pay any attention to because… gaming over cell networks? Streaming? I mean… not my use cases.

For what I want, T-Mobile won. Your use cases may be different.

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