South Korea launches world’s first 5G network

Before the United States and China, the fifth generation of the fifth generation was launched in South Korea. Since December 1, the country’s top three telecommunications service providers, SK Telecom, KT and LG U plus have started sending commercially through a five-way signal.

South Korea launches world’s first 5G network

This program is being started in South Korea‘s main six cities of Bushan, Incheon, Daegu, Diyon, Ushan and Guanzhou.

Telecommunication service providers, in just a few cities of South Korea, have just launched a five-person service through their own mobile router. However, South Korea‘s top local carrier said it will be able to set up more than seven thousand five-person network stations across the country by March next year.

SK Telecom, KT and LG U plus authorities also said that in the mid-second quarter of 2012, users of the five-wheeler and mobile network will continue to grow.

South Korean Telecommunication Service Providers are ensuring that the fourth generation will be at least 10 times faster than the Four-G network, current and future Five-G Network Technology. They also said that the minimum speed limit of South Korea’s Five-G network will be 20 MB ps (MB per second).

In the second quarter of 2018, the fifth generation of Five-G network is only launched in South Korea, but in the first half of 2019, five other countries in the world including the United States and China will be openly open to the general public.

In the next few years, the fifth generation of five-five services will be introduced in Bangladesh.




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