NOS Alive: 24 terabytes of data consumed! Find out what…

Deepak Gupta July 14, 2022
Updated 2022/07/14 at 5:22 PM

NOS Alive is an annual music festival held at Passeio Maritimo de Algés, in Oeiras, Portugal. It is organized by event promoter Everything Is New and sponsored by NOS. It had its first edition in 2007, with a single interruption in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

This year, according to the operator, 24 terabytes of data were consumed. Find out what users have been using.

NOS Alive: Instagram was the most used social network

NOS Alive generated a mobile data consumption of 24 terabytes (TB) over the four days of the festival. Da Weasel fans consumed four terabytes of data during the NOS Alive concert, which is equivalent to the daily use of a city the size of Coimbra. According to NOS, this was the peak with the highest sharing during the festival, considering the data relating to NOS customers who visited the Passeio Marítimo de Algés between the 6th and 9th of July.

Regarding the use of the 5G network, despite the quadrupling of data consumption compared to the previous edition, NOS says it has recorded "average 5G speeds above 400 megabits per second (Mbps) for downloads, and 40 Mbps for uploads, a speed identical to average [atual de toda a capacidade] of the NOS 5G network".

It should be noted that in the enclosure, NOS had installed a total of 50 mobile antennas to support the entire network created, with ten antennas dedicated to the new mobile network.

NOS Alive: 24 terabytes of data consumed!  Find out what...

The most used social network was Instagram, responsible for 33 percent of all uploads. Soon after, the most used networks were WhatsApp (20 percent), Facebook (15 percent), Google Photos (13 percent) and TikTok (3 percent). Instagram was also the preferred app for viewing content, registering 35% of all downloads, followed by Facebook (15%), Tiktok (7%), WhatsApp (6%) and YouTube (4%).

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