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List of countries by 4G LTE penetration

 

List of countries by 4G LTE penetration

This is a list of countries by 4G LTE penetration. It shows the 4G LTE subscriptions by country population.

Contents

  • 2015 rankings 1
  • 2013 rankings 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

2015 rankings

The following is a list of countries/territories by 4G LTE coverage as measured by OpenSignal.com in 2015.[1]
Rank Country/Territory Penetration
1  South Korea 97.0%
2  Japan 90.0%
3  Hong Kong 86.0%
4  Kuwait 86.0%
5  Singapore 84.0%
6  Uruguay 84.0%
7  Kazakhstan 81.0%
8  Netherlands 80.0%
9  Bahrain 79.0%
10  United States 78.0%
11  Sweden 78.0%
12  China 76.0%
13  Qatar 75.0%
14  Australia 74.0%
15  Estonia 74.0%

2013 rankings

The following is a list of countries by 4G LTE coverage as measured by Juniper Networks in 2013 and published by Bloomberg.[2][3]

Rank Country/Territory Penetration
1  South Korea 62.0%
2  Japan 21.3%
3  Australia 21.1%
4  United States 19.0%
5  Sweden 14.0%
6  Canada 8.0%
7  United Kingdom 5.0%
8  Germany 3.0%
9  Russia 2.0%
10  Philippines 1.0%
11  Colombia 1.0%

See also

References

  1. ^ http://opensignal.com/reports/2015/09/state-of-lte-q3-2015/
  2. ^
  3. ^
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