skyfish – Shutterstock
Results at a Glance
... is the overall winner of our first Mobile Network Test in Belgium. The operator achieves convincing results in all parts of our assessment, but leads especially in the Active Download Speed category as well as achieving a top score in the passively observed Download Speed (on a par with Orange). These results may be an indication of the 5G roll-out that is already somewhat advanced in this mobile network. Together with Base and Orange, Proximus offers a high share of voice calls in high-definition quality. With these results, Proximus deservedly achieved the grade “very good“ and the first position in our ranking.
... achieves the second place in our assesment, scoring just three points behind the overall winner Proximus. Base competes with Orange for the position of being the second largest Belgian mobile network in terms of customer numbers. This operator also performs strong in all considered disciplines, but shows a slight lead in terms of Broadband coverage, as well as in our Stability assessment. Together with Proximus and Orange, Base also provides a compellingly high share of voice calls in high-definition quality. Overall, base achieves the grade “very good“ and a strong second rank in our comparison.
... ranks third in a close race with
a still excellent overall result and the grade “very good“. The operator competes with Base for the position of being the second largest Belgian mobile network in terms of customer numbers. Orange takes the lead in the Latency and Active Upload Speed categories and co-leads with Proximus in the passively observed Download Speeds. Together with Proximus and Base, Orange also offers a high share of voice calls in high-definition quality and also a high degree of Stability in its mobile network.