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EE of BT Group To Introduce 5G Network In Britain By Next Year


Competition to be the first to capture the Britain’s 5G service market seems to get tougher as EE comes up with faster and bigger network site promises in the wake of Vodafone’s 5G network launch Britain.

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EE is an operator for mobile network which is a part of BT Group, “top telecoms” company of Britain, whereby the operator, on Tuesday, November 13, 2018, informed that it is going to introduce the next-gen services of “5G wireless” systems” on the coming year. The services will be rolled out to sixteen cities in Britain.
Furthermore, the report stated that the first city to receive this facility will be “London, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Belfast, Birmingham and Manchester” followed by “ten more cities” which will be upgrading around one thousand five hundred sites to kick start the 5G connection.
However, the rival of EE, Vodafone had informed in September, that it will be opening thousand sites in Britain with 5G network by the year 2020. This way the company will be delivering “blisteringly fast speeds and near-instant response times”.

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