2017 was a good year for mobile users in the US – Verizon launched its unlimited data plan T-Mobile responded to unanimously at its expense AT & T followed two weeks Later and Sprint went a step further with prompting the user to switch from Big Red . But the Unlimited 4G revolution had its price – the speed went south.

The situation improved over the three-month period and ended in November 2017, when all four major carriers improved LTE speeds, even though AT & T and Verizon are still struggling

In August, AT & T and Verizon were each rated 12th , 1 Mbps and 14.4 Mbps have achieved very low 4G speeds. By contrast, Sprint was able to achieve an average of 11.8 Mbps in November, more than 2 Mbps faster than in February. And while these three were trying to keep up, T-Mobile consolidated its lead.

It can still be seen when vehicles can push speeds even higher. AT & T may decide to pull out of the race completely and focus on providing true 5G, as promised earlier this month .

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SOURCES: TECHCRUNCH.COM GSMARENA.COM MACRUMORS.COM
WIRED.COM FIRSTPOST.COM ANDROIDCENTRAL.COM

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