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StreetWave Name EE UK Fastest for Mobile Data in Hammersmith & Fulham

Tuesday, Nov 7th, 2023 (8:00 am) - Score 1,112
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Mobile network analysts at Streetwave have published the results of a new real-world benchmark into mobile network performance across Hammersmith & Fulham in London, which concluded that EE delivered the “fastest network” (mobile broadband) across most homes, while Three UK came last.

Streetwave typically adopts a more scientific approach for their studies (i.e. they don’t use crowdsourcing), which collects data on an address-by-address basis and is designed to represent real-world consumer experience. The study is also network generation agnostic, meaning they don’t prioritise any connection technology type (2G to 5G) but allow each operator to manage them in the same way a consumer would be managed by the network.

The research itself took place over 3 days between the 2nd and 4th October 2023. Measurements from all network generations (2G-5G) were recorded, collecting a total of 44,166 data points. Data was collected across the vast majority of the road network of Hammersmith & Fulham.

The survey found that EE won all four of Streetwave’s Mobile Network Coverage Experience awards in Hammersmith & Fulham in Q4 2023 (with one joint win with Vodafone). EE was found to offer a superior mobile broadband speed experience on 96 streets in the area – these streets cover 34,000 residents and 966 businesses. Trailing EE was Vodafone, then O2 and finally came Three UK.


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By Mark Jackson
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3 Responses
  1. Avatar photo Matt says:

    Interesting that the other studies always put 3 Top/Chasing EE – and this puts them bottom.

    EE greased some palms? or did they just help pick the test location? 😛

    1. Mark-Jackson Mark Jackson says:

      You expect a lot of variation from the wider UK picture when only testing across one specific area, so I see this more as StreetWave advertising their testing platform.

    2. Avatar photo Mark smith says:

      Streetwave is a very interesting platform because they essentially put 4 identical devices in a box and deploy on slow moving rubbish bin trucks/ street sweeping trucks, and take speed and signal strength tests every 20 metres or so.
      That way they not only obtain true hyper local test results but they also obtain this across all 4 networks in each location!

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