Majority of the companies around the globe are announcing the place 5G can be used right now and when the 5G trials will start:
Let’s have a look at the 5G updates with date:
September 19: Verizon is launching 5G parts of New York City on September 26.
September 10: Verizon 5G Ultra-Wideband will go live at Mcity, the University of Michigan’s test bed for autonomous vehicles.
September 5: The German cities will get 5G access via Deutsche Telekom that inclde Berlin, Darmstadt, Munich, Bonn, and Cologne.
August 27: Sprint will expand 5G coverage to total nine US cities, including these: New York City, Los Angeles, Phoenix, and Washington, D.C.
August 22: Pakistani mobile network operators like Zong successfully tests 5G within the country.
August 22: Verizon’s 5G service will go live in Phoenix AZ on August 23.
August 19: Three turns on 5G inUK via its first home broadband plan for London customers. The unlimited data is for £35 per month.
August 13: Vodafone Ireland and Ericsson launched 5G across these locations in Ireland. The cities include Cork, Limerick, Dublin, Galway, and Waterford.
August 6: AT&T launched the 5G in parts of New York City for select business customers.
August 1: Vodafone announce the plans to turn its 5G network in New Zealand in December in cities like Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, and Queenstown.
July 5: An underground 5G network is built in mine in Kankberg, Sweden, via Telia, Ericsson, and Boliden.
July 5: Shanghai is planning to spend over $4 billion to build 30,000 5G base stations throughout the entire city by 2021.
July 3: Vodafone will bring5G to the UK by switching it on in seven cities.
June 28: T-Mobile is offering the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G on their mobile network available in Atlanta, Cleveland, Los Angeles, Dallas, Las Vegas,and New York.
June 28: EE launche the 5GEE WiFi, it will be UK’s first 5G mobile broadband service.
June 27: Verizon’s mobile 5G service will go live in different areas around Denver CO.
June 26: 5G test will arrive in Denmark via Telia Company.
June 25: T-Mobile will announce the first six cities for receiving 5G service on June 28.
June 21: Hutchison Drei Austria and ZTE will start 5G across the city of Linz, Austria.
June 20: The government of Romania approve 5G strategy which targets the launch of 5G services in 2020.
June 19: Alaskan telecom company GCI will partner with Ericsson to bring 5G in 2020.
June 18: Three UK announces 5G trials in Camden and Wandsworth.
June 15: Zain announce 5G home broadband internet plans for Kuwait customers: 45 KWD /month for a 500 GB, 65 KWD /month for 1 TB, and 100 KWD /month for 4 GB.
June 10: Vodafone Spain announce over a dozen locations that will get access to 5G services in Spain on June 15.
May 30: Etisalat launch 5G in the United Arab Emirates with the launch of the ZTE Axon 10 Pro 5G phone.
May 30: EE is launching 5G service in the UK.
May 29:Gogo, provider of in-flight internet service, announces Gogo 5G as new 5G network for aviation.
May 29: Tokyo-based holding company SoftBank selected Ericsson as its primary 5G vendor for multi-band 5G network in Japan.
May 22: EE announces that it will be launching 5G in the UK, as well as 5G plans and devices that you can pre-order for the use on the 5G network when it will be switched on May 30.
May 21: Ericsson will launch a new 5G innovation hub in Moscow, Russia.
May 20: Vietnam’s largest mobile network operator, Viettel, will run 5G trials starting in June.