Switched off your WiFi on your phone because of bad download speeds? You’re not alone.
According to a study by OpenSignal, 33 countries have mobile network speeds that are faster on average than WiFi, which was the opposite ten years ago.
The largest discrepancy — at 13 megabits — belongs to Australia, where the average WiFi speed is 21.6 Mbps, while the mobile network speed is 34.6 Mbps.
Remember when Wifi was faster than mobile almost all of the time and with much greater capacity? OpenSignal’s new State of Wifi vs Mobile Network Experience report looks at how the networks compare, and found that mobile is no longer inferior to Wifi https://t.co/c5F3IGhNo9 pic.twitter.com/upej8H8vzf