How did AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon compare in network latency in Q3?

There's a lot of talk about latency in the wireless tech industry these days, but it's often about how low it will be when 5G technologies get deployed. How well do operators perform when it comes to today's LTE networks? In partnership with Open Signal, FierceWireless is trying to shed some light on the issue.  

Interestingly, the carrier with the lowest LTE latency speed in the third quarter did not change since the previous quarter. To find out who that is and to see how other U.S. mobile operators fared in the third quarter, check out this special report


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