The experts with Radio Frequency Center of the Central Federal District, subordinated to Roskomnadzor, compared the speed of the Crimean mobile networks with the Russian "giants" such as "MTS", "MegaFon" and "VimpelCom."
The "MTS" subscribers have the fastest mobile internet as the average speed is 6.6 Mbit / s, and "Megaphone" - 5.6 Mbit / s. The third place was taken by "VimpelCom" with the index of 5.2 Mbit / s. Tele2 subscribers receive worldwide data at a rate of 4.8 Mbit/s.
- The Crimean operator has showed the slowest result - 2 Mbit / s that is equal to an average speed for the Russian Federation, reported Crimean Events.
As QHA reported earlier, the work of mobile network operators in occupied Crimea is still provided by Ukraine-established communication stations.
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