The new RFBenchmark ranking shows which operator offers the fastest mobile internet in Poland. Orange once again fought T-Mobile for first place, while Plus competed with Play for the last place on the podium. Check which operator had the fastest mobile Internet in December 2018.

This month the RFBenchmark report is based on the number of 26021 – that's how many users performed the application in December. Over three-quarters of tests were carried out using 4G technology (77.14%). Meanwhile, slightly more than one fifth of measurements were made in 3G technology (22.43%), while using 2G, only 0.43% of research was carried out, which should not surprise anyone. How are the measurements collected? They come from users using the RFBenchmark mobile application . It is not popular enough to draw far-reaching conclusions based on its data, but it is nevertheless worth looking at the results. During the data collection, application users primarily used the Orange network (39.32% of measurements). A large percentage of people chose Play (27.8%) and 6.5 percentage points less of Plus (21.30%). The smallest popularity enjoyed T-Mobile (11.58%), which in the case of RFBenchmark is a very common phenomenon. Until I wonder what this results from … Let's get to the most important issue, ie the results of measurements.

Mobile Internet in Poland – which operator was the best in December?

Measurements are divided into three categories: average data rate, average data rate and lowest Ping value.

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T-Mobile won in the first category , which recorded a very decent result – 25.35 Mb / s. The advantage over the other Orange is, however, illusory, as the Orange twisted 24.87 Mbps, or just 0.24 Mb / s less. Play ended up in third place (22.41 Mb / s), with Plus closing (19.34 Mb / s).
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In the category of average speed of sending data, the gold laurel went to Orange . This operator has been occupying the first place for 5 months considering the average speed of sending data. In December Orange recorded a result of 11.05 Mb / s. In this part of the ranking, Plus was rehabilitated, which overtook T-Mobile (8.14 Mb / s) and Play (7.37 Mb / s) with a score of 9.29 Mb / s.
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Orange for the fourth time in a row triumphs with the result of 40.43 ms in the ping section. Right behind the Orange there is Play with the result of 43.2 ms. Meanwhile, T-Mobile (47.97 ms) is defeating Plus (48.16 ms), although Pink's advantage is quite modest.

Do the data published by RFBenchmark coincide with your observations?

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