Who has the fastest mobile internet? Orange, Play, Plus or T-Mobile?

The eternal topic is back. From the latest ranking published by RFBenchmark we find out which network offers the fastest mobile internet. It consists of data from October this year 243 281 measurements made by users of the mobile application. Over 90% of them were made in 4G technology, almost 10% in 3G technology and only 0.09% were implemented using 2G networks.

Of course, at the beginning it should be noted for how many measurements are responsible for users of individual networks. Well, 35.59% of them were made by Play network users, 30.55% – Orange, 18.82% – Plus, and 15.05% – T-Mobile. All of the following data applies to measurements only made on the 4G – LTE network.

Who has the fastest mobile internet in Poland?

Average data download speed

As for the average data download speed, the top of the rate is – like in September – T-Mobile with a result of 28.21 Mb / s. Behind him is Orange, whose customers use the network at an average speed of about 27.03 Mb / s, lower than in September. The third place on the podium was Play (24.83 Mb / s), and the last place in the ranking with the result of 22.54 Mb / s – Plus. It is worth adding that Plus closes the ranking for the fifteenth time in a row.

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Average data upload speed

If you often use mobile internet to send files, then you should know that Orange is the leader in this category. The result of 13.81 Mb / s allowed the orange operator to slightly overtake T-Mobile (13.58 Mb / s), Plus (13.41 Mb / s) and Play (12.5 Mb / s). As you can see the differences are cosmetic.

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Lowest delay (ping)

Once again in this category, T-Mobile wins by a beat with the Orange network. Users of the T-Mobile network use the Internet with an average delay of 34.39 ms, and consumers of Orange 34.85 ms. The last place on the podium was Play (38.38 ms), which overtook Plus (42.33 ms) with clearly weaker measurement.

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Source: RFBenchmark.pl