Telus came in second place and Bell ranked third
By Aisha Malik mobilesyrup
Rogers has topped ranks as the most reliable 5G network in the Greater Toronto Area for Q4 2020, according to a new report from Umlaut.
The Toronto-based national carrier received a score of 917 out of 1,000, according to the report, which was commissioned by Rogers. Vancouver-based national carrier Telus ranked second with a score of 868 and Montreal-based Bell followed with a score of 856.
The overall score is determined by ranking the performance of standard consumer use cases, such as browsing popular websites, downloading/uploading content and streaming video content.
“As a major business centre and with Canada’s most populated city, the GTA is a hotbed for technology and innovation and we’re proud to provide the best 5G network to the region’s residents and businesses,” said Rogers CTO Jorge Fernandes in a press release.
“As we continue to invest in a 5G future for Canadians, reliability will remain the cornerstone of our world-class networks so we can keep customers connected when they need it most.”