Nearly a third of users give AT&T the thumbs down
As of the July 11th 2019, the Fing ISP scoreboard placed AT&T at a reasonable 6th place in the US in terms of speed but a disappointing 15th place in terms of ratings provided by app users.
With an average download speed of 70mbps and an impressive 47.2mbps upload speed, it has achieved a Fing speed rating of 2.5 out of 5. On average, Fing app users have rated it 2.8 out of 5 stars, with 36% of users giving it a 4 or 5 star rating and 30% only 1 star.
Between 4th April and July 11th July 2019, the Fing Outage Detector registered 25 outages across the US for AT&T since, all but 4 being low severity.
If speed is OK for most, why are so many people unhappy with AT&T. Are there huge regional variations? Perhaps it's the legacy of being the oldest and largest telecoms company in the US that is making it pretty shaky? What do you think?
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