In the Moscow metro, the average speed of mobile Internet decreased in 2021. This is evidenced by a study by TelecomDaily.
A decrease in the speed of Internet access is observed for most operators – by 4.5 Mbit / s. Only VimpelCom (Beeline trademark) could demonstrate a significant improvement in speed parameters – up to almost 60 Mbit / s on the tracks.
Thanks to the “jerk” of the latter, the average download speed in the Moscow metro on the tracks even increased slightly – from 36.5 Mbps in 2020 to 37.2 Mbps. Compared to last year, such a result is not at all impressive – at the end of 2020, TelecomDaily reported a more than threefold increase in speeds in the Moscow metro.
The study of communication quality was carried out among operators providing Internet access services in the Moscow metro – cellular networks of MTS, MegaFon, VimpelCom and Tele2, as well as the Wi-Fi network of MaximaTelecom.
As noted by TelecomDaily, large-scale works in the Moscow metro are planned for the fourth quarter of 2021 and throughout 2022, which gives hope for a new increase in speeds.
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