Ofcom study finds 4G users more satisfied than 3G users

Monday 19 June 2017 | 15:48 CET | News
Mobile users on 4G networks are more satisfied than those still using 3G, according to the latest research by UK regulator Ofcom. Almost seven in ten UK mobile users (69%) are happy with their overall service, but 4G scores higher at 71 percent versus only 60 percent of 3G users satisfied. The research comes from Ofcom's first attempt at 'crowdsourcing' mobile service quality indicators, using an app installed by over 4,000 mobile users in the UK.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Ofcom
Countries: United Kingdom
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