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Three has taken the first step in rolling out its 5G network. Customers in London can now sign a 12-month contract to get a SIM and router which delivers 5G Broadband to customers homes.
5G networks, with their dramatic advances in transmission speed, latency, capacity, energy efficiency and connection densities, promise to bring about a smarter and more connected world.
Globe Telecom is launching 5G broadband in the Philippines next month. It's the first company to launch this service in South East Asia. The network operates using some Huawei hardware components.
The U.K. mobile operator, EE, has announced the first areas that will get 5G next year. The firm is also going to be bringing 5G broadband via the 5G Home router to showcase 5G's competence.