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Three’s 5G delay takes the pressure off Vodafone

Operator says there is ‘no demand’ to justify an immediate launch of the next-generation network

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
29th November, 2019

Three Ireland has confirmed that it will not have 5G in Ireland by the end of the year. It remains unclear when in 2020 the mobile operator will have its network up and running.

The company said that it would launch a “substantial footprint” next year rather than in a small number of sites.

"As a lot of the technology that will...

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