The performance of 4G depends on the operator, where you are and how many devices are connected to the antenna. Downlink and upload rates also vary at Orange, Free, SFR and Bouygues Telecom depending on the number of 4G frequencies used on the antenna.
What is the speed of a 4G connection?
The speed of an Internet connection is a set of several digits: the downlink rate, the upload rate, and the response time. For your daily use, the connection speed depends mainly on the operator’s 4G coverage at home, at work and at leisure. There is no point in having a high-performance operator if its 4G coverage is low in the places where you use your mobile.
The downward flow of the 4G, to surf faster
The download rate corresponds to the internet data you receive. The higher it is, the faster you will download the files and have access to streaming in-game movies.
The rising debit, to share faster and better
The upload debit allows you to send your emails. It is especially important when you want to share images, videos, or exchange “heavy” data.
Which operator provides the best 4G speed?
Since speed depends on location and operator, there is no single answer to this question. The solution to be determined and know which of Free, Orange, Bouygues Telecom or SFR is the most efficient at a given location is to test the Ariase mobile network. You can also consult the map of 4G+ Ariase antennas.