Ookla has released their Speedtest Awards for Q1-Q2 for Canada, and when it comes to the Fastest Mobile Network and Best Mobile Coverage, Telus was crowned the winner over its rivals Rogers and Bell.
Telus saw average speeds of 81.81 Mbps for download and 14.66 Mbps for upload. As for Bell, it saw average download/upload speeds of 80.81 Mbps/15.31 Mbps and Rogers had average download/upload speeds of 63.44 Mbps/14.54 Mbps respectively.
Telus saw an Ookla Speed Score of 72.27, followed by Bell with a score of 71.31, and Fido with 60.69. Rogers was in fourth with a score of 56.47.
The Ookla Fastest Mobile Award saw over 622,000 devices using the company’s Speedtest app to test network speeds.
When it came to mobile coverage, Telus had a Coverage score of 660 and its users saw 98.80% Availability while 95.90% had 4G Availability.
A Telus spokesperson told iPhone in Canada in a statement, “The Speedtest Awards reinforce the strength of TELUS’ network across the country and marks the second consecutive quarter that TELUS has won Canada’s Fastest Mobile Network. Today’s announcement also reaffirms TELUS’ commitment to delivering the best network for all Canadians, with significant capital investments to earn us Best Mobile Coverage in Canada.”