Telus Leads Mobile Internet Speeds, Shaw for Fixed Broadband in Q2: Report

According to Ookla’s Q2 Industry Analysis report on web speeds in Canada, Telus furnished the swiftest cell net to Canadians during Q2 2022 with a median down load speed of 79.09 Mbps.

Interestingly, Ookla only analyzed countrywide cell operators for Q2, leaving out regional companies like Freedom Cell, Videotron, and Fido.

Telus topped rivals Bell and Rogers in normal down load speeds, significantly like it did all through Q1 2022. On the other hand, Rogers experienced the maximum median add speeds at 9.21 Mbps, as well as the cheapest normal latency at 25ms. Community opinion, nevertheless, is much from becoming in Rogers’s favour considering that the current nationwide outage that remaining tens of millions with out cellphone and net access.

In 5G tests, Bell took the direct with a median down load speed of about 139.75 Mbps. Telus was appropriate driving Bell at 137.17 Mbps, while Rogers lagged at the rear of considerably at just 93.06 Mbps.

Ookla’s most up-to-date report also covers preset broadband. It discovered Shaw to be the swiftest among the Canada’s top ISPs for Q2, with a median obtain pace of 209.44 Mbps.

Rogers, which put 2nd with an normal obtain speed of 197.94 Mbps, is at the moment pushing for regulatory approval to receive Shaw for a whopping $26 billion.

Shaw fell at the rear of in common upload speeds, with Bell Canada using the lead at 106.81 Mbps. Bell also took the crown for the least expensive latency, with an common of just 5 ms.

Ookla did not discover a statistical winner for the greatest “Consistency Score” in Canada throughout Q2 for possibly cellular wi-fi or mounted broadband web.

By province, Ookla’s report uncovered that Newfoundland and Labrador experienced the fastest speeds for both set broadband and wi-fi web in Q2.