U.S. LTE Wireless Broadband Speeds 59th Worldwide

The good news: OpenSignal’s latest report on the status of LTE networks indicates that the United States ranks fourth in overall LTE availability, with 86.5% able to access an LTE signal. The bad news: LTE service in the States is slower than dozens of other countries worldwide; the report ranking the United States fifty-ninth in terms of average downstream speeds at around 15 Mbps. Most studies historically also indicate that United States citizens pay more money for LTE wireless broadband than most other developed countries. – Karl Bode, DSL Reports http://ift.tt/2zbOzPi

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