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MTN Becomes the First Network Provider to Launch 5G Network in Nigeria

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It really shows MTN is trying to prove they are better, lol.. MTN has launched 5G network connectivity in Nigeria.

This launch was followed by a live demo the telco launched in Abuja, Nigeria.

The launch of the 5G Network is in line with the telco’s decision to roll out 5G in other major cities in Nigeria before 2020. This is coming immediately after the telco successfully ran a trial of the Network in South Africa, achieving 20 Gigabyte per second (Gbps) with less than five minutes latency.

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has revealed plans to deploy 5G Network in the country early, this live demonstration in Abuja puts the telco a step ahead of the NCC.

The NCC recently promised a rollout of the fifth-generation cellular network by 2020.

The amazing part…

The test run of the fifth-generation cellular network by MTN is indeed the biggest achievement any telco would naturally boast of in Africa. 5G is better than 4G in a number of ways.

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5G technology has 1,000-times the capacity, 100-times the connected device, 100-times the speed, 10-times reliability, and 10-times lower latency than 4G.

According to Ferdi Moolman, CEO of MTN Nigeria, “5G will make our life better, drive incremental capacity and open up new businesses.

MTN as a company is constantly making efforts to break barriers by democratizing voice and data connectivity to improve subscriber experience, and has invested over N800 billion in infrastructure in Nigeria.”

Subscribers has raised eyebrows over the 5G Network and its effect on data consumption. MTN has revealed that it is committed to providing quality data at affordable prices to subscribers.

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1 COMMENT

  1. Believe me,

    We don’t need technology in this country/world it will only destroy humankind and all that will be left is machinekind.

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