RootMetrics tested 373 indoor locations across the state, analyzing the reliability and speed of each of the four major carriers. In all, the firm said it preformed more than 265,000 tests in the state in order to compile scores for the second half of 2016.
Verizon scored 97.1, followed by AT&T’s 94.4. Sprint took the third spot with 91.7 and T-Mobile came in last with a sore of 89.3.
Verizon also took top honors on a national level. AT&T took the No. 2 spot, followed by Sprint and T-Mobile.
Verizon said it invested $268 million in 2016 to improve its network in Florida, including the addition of 77 new macro cell sites and 149 new small cells — radio, antenna, power and a fiber connection that are strategically positioned on street lights, sides of buildings or other structures.