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Vodafone 'UK’s fastest network'




http://www.telegraph.co.uk


Independent survey finds Vodafone fastest network for mobile browsing


By Matt Warman, Consumer Technology Editor
Published: 1:12PM GMT 23 Feb 2010

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Vodafone has been named the fastest network for web-browsing by an independent study Photo: VODAFONE

An independent survey, commissioned by mobile operator O2, has found that the Vodafone network offers the fastest speed for web browsing on a mobile phone. O2 came top for music downloads.

The tests measured speeds on each of the UK's five mobile broadband networks to see which provided the fastest service. Tests were carried out at a range of times during the day, seven days a week, at 150 locations over a 60 day period. The aim was to replicate general usage patterns and provide a realistic picture of what speeds users are really getting.

In 12 of the cities tested, O2 was the fastest operator for music downloads; Vodafone was quickest in five of them for web browsing. Vodafone came second for music downloads and Orange, O2 and T-Mobile shared second place in the browsing test.

The results, however, have not been released with any geographical data, so consumers will not be able to deduce which mobile network is best in their area. Overall the figures reveal that the differences between networks are, in the majority of cases, not significant.

Consumers can use a range of independent speed tests themselves; anecdotal evidence from independent retailers suggests that an increasing number of customers are focusing on networks rather than they are on handsets as mobile web browsing becomes more commonplace.

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