AT&T Named ‘Best Wireless Network’ for 3rd Year in a Row
GWS Recognizes AT&T as the ‘Nation’s Best Wireless Network’ Winning Top Honors in Video Streaming Performance, Voice Quality and Download Speed
AT&T* wireless customers are connecting to friends and family on the ‘Best Wireless Network’ in the nation in 2020, according to results released today from Global Wireless Solutions (GWS).1 For the third consecutive year, AT&T is recognized as having the highest GWS OneScore ranking for overall national wireless performance.
It’s all in the details - OneScore results show that our customers are getting:
- Fastest download speed for large tasks such as receiving photos and videos
- Quickest loading time and least amount of rebuffering when it comes to video performance
- Best voice accessibility and quality
- Fastest throughputs when the network was stress-tested
Our customers are not only getting the best wireless network in the nation, but also the fastest wireless speeds. AT&T has held on to the ‘Fastest Wireless Network in the Nation’ title for 6 quarters in a row, according to results from Speedtest® by Ookla®.
These wins acknowledge that all the hard work and investment we continue to put into our network year after year is benefiting our customers. And we don’t stop there, we continue to add more value to our best unlimited wireless plans with things like HBO Max entertainment options and advanced mobile security features.
GWS OneScore is based on the country’s largest drive test and consumer research survey data. Covering 94% of Americans, GWS drive test results were collected by driving one million miles across 501 markets in major metropolitan areas, smaller urban cities, and rural towns. GWS conducted testing in all 50 states as well as Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands from February to July 2020.
For more information on AT&T’s network leadership visit att.com/network.
1 AT&T 4G LTE awarded Best Network by GWS OneScore 2020. GWS conducts paid drive tests for AT&T and uses the data in its OneScore analysis.