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Best Mobile Data Networks of 2016

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These days, more and more people are on their mobile phones rather than on their desktops for digital media consumption. This only means that businesses need to step up and deliver on the mobile forefront in order to avoid losing their customers to competitors who deliver well on mobile platform. For consumers, it emphasizes the importance of using a reliable mobile data carrier. But reliability doesn’t just mean the network with the most subscribers, or with the best pricing plans. It’s a combination of several variables that include speeds offered, latency or disruption tendencies, and reach of coverage, among others. Be equipped with the hard data you’ll need to help choose the best network for your mobile data needs with this infographic by Data2Go Wireless.

These days, more and more people are on their mobile phones rather than on their desktops for digital media consumption. This only means that businesses need to step up and deliver on the mobile forefront in order to avoid losing their customers to competitors who deliver well on mobile platform. For consumers, it emphasizes the importance of using a reliable mobile data carrier. But reliability doesn’t just mean the network with the most subscribers, or with the best pricing plans. It’s a combination of several variables that include speeds offered, latency or disruption tendencies, and reach of coverage, among others. Be equipped with the hard data you’ll need to help choose the best network for your mobile data needs with this infographic by Data2Go Wireless.

Score from the experts at Killer Infographics

Visual Communication - 80%
Design - 70%
Content/Script - 85%
Usability - 85%

80%

Final Grade

This infographic has very clear information about some major mobile carriers and how they stack up. The organization and section breaks are clean, making a great navigation experience for the user. One thing that's a little jarring is the illustration style of the maps at the beginning when compared to the illustration styles throughout. While the coverage maps are extremely intricate and use a unique color palette, the rest of the illustrations are very simple. The designer was careful not to use the brand colors on anything that isn't brand-related, for the most part, which is a good choice. However, the palette overall doesn't feel very unified. Overall I'd give this a B though.

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