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P3 survey : Magyar Telekom's mobile network was ranked first already the fourth time

Budapest, August 6, 2019 09:00

According to the independent measurements in Hungary on June 2019 by P3, an international consulting, engineering and testing services company, Magyar Telekom's mobile network has again achieved the best overall performance result in the field of voice and data services among the domestic mobile operators, already the fourth time. Out of a maximum of 1000 scores, the service provider achieved 916 scores, that is by 55 scores more than the second highest score result. On the basis of the comprehensive measurements, Magyar Telekom's network was rated the best in all categories: for voice and data services as well as network crowdsourced quality.

In the complex survey P3*assessed a broad range of services offered by domestic mobile networks, including voice call success, speech quality, download and upload speeds, and web browsing, in order to survey the quality of service providers' mobile networks from a customer perspective.During the two-week instrumental measurements of the network in June, the measuring cars travelled 6,000 km across the country, executing tests in 11 major cities, 18 smaller settlements (including Berettyóújfalu, Makó, Paks, Kapuvár, Gyöngyös) and on the road sections connecting them on 2G, 3G and 4G cells. 2500 voice and 2200 data samples per operator were analysed for the results.

In addition to voice and data services measurements, the survey this year also covered the network quality and data directly was gained from customers' devices. For the latter more than 56 million samples, received from the devices of 10 thousand customers during 24 weeks from CW51 2018 until CW22 2019.

Magyar Telekom has previously been awarded the certificate “Best In Test” with a result of 914 scores in P3’s Mobile Benchmark Hungary 08/2018 survey.

* P3 is a leading international consulting, engineering and testing services company”. P3’s unique benchmarking methodology is recognized as the de-facto industry standard and applied in more than 80 countries worldwide.