Cell­card speeds ahead of the com­pe­ti­tion

Southeast Asia Globe - - Agenda / Business In Brief -

Cell­card’s av­er­age 4G down­load speed is faster than the global av­er­age and roughly twice the speed of its near­est ri­val in Cam­bo­dia, ac­cord­ing to a re­cent re­port from the wire­less cov­er­age mapping com­pany Open Sig­nal.

The re­port recorded the Cam­bo­dian telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions provider’s av­er­age 4G down­load speed at 19.7 Mbps, faster than the global av­er­age of 16.2 Mbps. The re­port showed that users were able to ac­cess the 4G net­works of Cell­card and Smart, an­other lead­ing op­er­a­tor, more than 70% of the time.

How­ever, the anal­y­sis, which was based on nearly 87m mea­sure­ments, also noted that the coun­try’s av­er­age con­nec­tion speed of 5.7 Mbps lan­guished well be­low the global av­er­age.

While Cam­bo­dia’s mo­bile data in­fra­struc­ture is still in its in­fancy, its fu­ture looks promis­ing, Open Sig­nal con­cluded.

A young Cam­bo­dian on his smart­phone

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