The Government has announced plans to speed up the roll-out of 5G technology and improve mobile phone signals in rural areas as part of efforts to increase innovation across the UK.
Three is the latest firm to switch on its 5G network, starting with a 5G home broadband service across parts of London.
Just 44.6% of West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine towns and villages have 4G Coverage, compared to 100% in Aberdeen North and 96.1% in Aberdeen South
Millions of people are at risk of mobile signal blackouts because their area is not adequately served by full 4G coverage, Which? has reported.
Mobile network Three has reported an increase in customer numbers over the first half of the year as it pumps “huge investment” into the launch of its 5G network later this month.
Three and Sky Mobile have become the first UK mobile operators to offer Huawei’s 5G smartphone to customers as part of the rollout of their new 5G mobile networks.
Vodafone has become the second UK operator to roll out its 5G network, launching the highest service in seven cities on Wednesday.
The era of 5G is upon the UK, with faster speeds not only expected to transform everyday smartphones but also everything from virtual reality to healthcare.
The UK’s network operators have reportedly written to the Government asking for it to be clearer about its position on Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei, over fears it could impact on the country’s roll-out of 5G.
Mobile network Three has confirmed it will launch its 5G network in August and plans to reach 25 UK towns and cities before the end of 2019.
The new technology will massively boost internet speeds for mobile phone users in Aberdeen
A pug with butterfly wings is being touted as the world’s first augmented reality pet.
Ofcom has launched an investigation into telecoms giants Three and Vodafone, to assess whether they breached EU rules on net neutrality.