Saturday June 6, 2020

Vodafone’s 5G switch on across the water will be a solid indicator

This is the biggest jump in connectivity since the first form of broadband, at least for the end user

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

4th July, 2019
Vodafone Group's finances stretched. Pic: Getty

Vodafone has switched on its 5G network in 7 cities across Britain. With the telco’s Irish operation set to switch on in Dublin and Cork later this year, the next few weeks of business and holiday travel across the water should provide some interesting anecdotal evidence about the impact for users here.

Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Glasgow, Liverpool, London, and Manchester have all seen their networks turned on, with the British capital naturally being the...

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