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SlideshowThe best wireless provider in the US could come from... Mexico?

Using data collected from August 2019 to January 2020, Tutela modeled a SmartSIM offering from TracFone, working on top-tier devices from the likes of Apple and Samsung, against the country's nationwide wireless network operators. Tutela's 'excellent' threshold indicates support for network-heavy applications like streaming HD video or playing online multiplayer games, while its 'core' threshold reflects support for lighter applications like web browsing and email. (Source: Tutela)
Using data collected from August 2019 to January 2020, Tutela modeled a SmartSIM offering from TracFone, working on top-tier devices from the likes of Apple and Samsung, against the country's nationwide wireless network operators. Tutela's "excellent" threshold indicates support for network-heavy applications like streaming HD video or playing online multiplayer games, while its "core" threshold reflects support for lighter applications like web browsing and email.
(Source: Tutela)

TimCase 2/28/2020 | 7:44:41 AM
Wireless Provider The notion of an eSIM-powered SmartSIM offering from TracFone – which does enjoy deals with Verizon, AT&T and others – is so compelling that wireless network monitoring company Tutela used its existing data to calculate exactly what a SmartSIM product might look like.

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Christian Smith 3/1/2020 | 4:58:48 PM
Trouble Working With All MNOs It'll be interesting to see where SmartSIM goes. I wrote a short reponse to this post-- the simulation doesn't reflect what's actually likely to happen. AT&T and Verizon would probably be resistant to make any arrangements that would allow TracFone to offer service that exceedes their own in quality.
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