Senegalese regulators launch QoS apps to track the user experience of wireless networks

Senegal’s telecommunications authority ARTP has announced the availability of applications for Android and iOS devices that allow end users to test the speed of mobile and Wi-Fi connections. Named “ARTP SamaReseau,” the app helps regulators by regularly assessing quality of service (QoS) on the Internet based on the collection of anonymous data via an app-linked platform. I am aiming for it. In addition to speed testing, the benefits of the app for consumers include access to mobile coverage information, visualizing the presence of 2G, 3G, 4G, and 5G networks in the future. I can.

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Senegalese regulators launch QoS apps to track the user experience of wireless networks

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