The Jerusalem post reported that the Mobile Telecommunications Authority (MTA) has released its latest network speed test results.
The MTA’s mobile network is faster than the rest of the market, according to the tests, which were carried out on Tuesday.
The tests included tests for speeds of up to 4 Mbps and speeds of 5 Mbps.
According to the MTA, the average speed of the top-tier LTE network is around 7 Mbps.
This is faster that the top tier of 4G LTE, which averages 7.6 Mbps, and faster than all the others.
This means that the MTAs LTE network has faster than any other mobile network, according the MTI.
The MTAs tests included several different types of LTE networks, and the results showed that they all achieved the same speeds.
For example, the top LTE network in Israel reached speeds of 2.5 Mbps, the lowest among the tests.
However, this was only about 10 percent of the MTN LTE network, which reached speeds over 4.8 Mbps.
In addition, the MTNI’s tests showed that the average speeds of the bottom-tier, unlicensed LTE network are around 0.2 Mbps, while the MTNA’s tests measured speeds of just 0.3 Mbps.
In contrast, the speed of 5G, the new generation of mobile networks, is faster at about 1 Mbps.
The top-end LTE network also had faster network speeds than other networks, while some of the other networks in the bottom tier achieved similar speeds.
The bottom-tiered network in the MTTA tests averaged speeds of about 1.4 Mbps.
The top-tieled network averaged speeds over 3.4Mbps.
The average speed for the bottom tiered network was 2.1 Mbps, according MTI, and 3.5Mbps was achieved by the top tieled network.
The average speeds were higher than what the MTIs tests indicated, but it was still not faster than other mobile networks.
For instance, the test of a mobile network that reached speeds exceeding 4.9 Mbps showed that its average speed was around 3.8Mbps, while that of a top tiered LTE network was slightly higher at 3.7Mbps.
The results also showed that a number of mobile network operators have been slow to roll out their 4G network, and are not taking any new 4G smartphones into service.
For a list of the carriers that have announced that they are taking 4G phones into service, see here.