Arcep updates its coverage map and reveals the quality and progress of mobile networks

Orange, Free, SFR, Bouygues: Arcep updates its coverage map and reveals the quality and progress of mobile networks

What performance for your operator’s mobile network? Arcep answers this question and others by updating its “my mobile network” site with data for the first quarter of 2022.

To find out all about the coverage, speeds or quality offered in 4G or 5G. The telecoms regulator offers a handy tool that brings together all this information and recently updated the data displayed to give an overview of the state of the mobile network at the start of 2022. According to Arcep indicators, all the operators thus offered coverage of the population in 4G greater than 99%. The coverage of the surface of the Hexagon varies a little more, if Orange and Bouygues Telecom remain at 93% and Free at 91%, SFR sees its presence on the territory increase by passing to 95% in 4G.

“My mobile network” also provides information on the quality of service on transport routes. As an indication, on the roads of France, 93% of the pages opened on the Free Mobile network are opened in less than 10 seconds, against 94% at SFR, 95% for Bouygues Telecom subscribers and 97% for the operator. historical. Web browsing on TGVs offers identical figures to the previous quarter, with Orange offering rapid opening in 85% of cases, against 72% at Bouygues Telecom and Free, and 71% at SFR.

The Arcep data update also concerns the New Deal dashboard presenting information relating to the switchover to 4G for mobile sites. Regarding the targeted coverage device, Orange, Bouygues, Free and SFR have thus put into service 1,294 sites out of 3,677 requested by the government. In the next 6 months, 70 new sites must be activated and 67 sites are currently awaiting deployment.

See also  the fact that alarms the Government

As part of this system aimed at improving mobile coverage in rural or poorly covered areas, new sites are identified each year by local authorities and thus complete the list of areas where operators must deploy their network. The Secretary of State for the Digital Transition and Electronic Communications announced last February that he had signed two ministerial decrees defining 608 new sites hitherto not or poorly covered by mobile telephony. ” With each new pylon put into service, the daily life of French men and women changes. While digital is more than ever essential for exchanging, working or even getting information and entertainment, the State is not relaxing its commitment to improving mobile coverage every day. » he declared then.

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