Overall network performance of Verizon in San Francisco
In the previous part of this series, we discussed Verizon’s (VZ) network performance in Washington, DC. Now let’s take a glance at the latest network performance ratings in San Francisco, California.
According to the second half of 2017 RootScore report for San Francisco, Verizon ranked first in overall network performance category. AT&T (T), T-Mobile (TMUS), and Sprint (S) ranked second, third, and fourth, respectively, for overall network performance.
Verizon earned a score of 97.5 for overall network performance in San Francisco, compared with AT&T’s score of 96.1, T-Mobile’s score of 94.1, and Sprint’s score of 92.3.
Verizon’s network performance
According to the 2H17 RootScore report for San Francisco, Verizon won or shared the top position in all six network performance categories: overall performance, network speed, data performance, text performance, network reliability, and call performance.
According to the report, T-Mobile’s rate of mobile-to-landline blocked calls increased from 0.2% in the first half of 2017 to 1.5% in the second half of 2017. T-Mobile’s rate of mobile-to-mobile blocked calls increased from 1.9% to 3.0%.
The fastest median download speed of 29.3 Mbps was registered by AT&T. AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon registered the fastest median upload speeds, with speeds ranging from 11.6 Mbps to 13.7 Mbps.
Sprint’s median download speed declined from 12.4 Mbps to 9.2 Mbps. T-Mobile’s median download speed increased from 12.9 Mbps to 20.4 Mbps.