As per the the latest mobile network performance report by RootMetrics, Verizon has retained its ranking as the best wireless network in the U.S in the second half of 2014 beating its competitor ATT with 2.2 points. Verizon has scored an impressive 93.9/100 in the overall performance report and outperformed ATT, in almost all parameters, including network reliability, call performance, data performance and speed. Text performance was the only parameter where AT&T outranked Verizon. It was also noted that Spring ranked second place for this making Verizon the third.
RootMetrics compiles mobile performance data from a consumer’s point of view, and it covered a total of 288,165 miles conducting over 5.7 million tests across the U.S. for its latest report. The report shows that Verizon and AT&T are still far ahead of the other counter[parts like Spint and T-Mobile in the overall network performance. Sprint had improvements and has bagged the third place with a score of 86.6/100 putting behind TMobile which scored 84/100.
The U.S. wireless industry is all set for another exciting year of competition and innovative offerings as the big players in the game are also following the trend for offering attractive and cost-effective data sharing plans like T-Mobile and Sprint. All major providers are offering maximum discounts on the high data usage plans (>20 GB per month), which is likely to be a small group of users who use more than 20GB and also expects a really good network and speed. Overall, all of them are improving the network quality and either way its good for the end users. Let us knw your experience with these wireless providers.