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Report: Most countries now have LTE, but it still doesn't beat Wi-Fi

LTE is something many of us rely on day-to-day, but according to a new report by OpenSignal the best signal probably isn't where you are. Once again, South Korea is just plain killing it when it comes to LTE coverage (97 percent of the country has it), but New Zealand offers the fastest LTE in the world (36 Mbps download on average). Singapore's StarHub is the fastest network in this test with an average download speed of 38 Mbps. OpenSignal's study comes from over 325,000 users worldwide. There's a lot of granular data in OpenSignal's study, and some key takeaways… This story continues at The Next Web
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