EE has announced that it is expanding its 5G trials in the UK and it has now turned on some new 5G trial sites in East London.
The mobile carrier now has a total of nine 5G trial sites in East London, the company is expected to expand this in the future.
The trial has so far encompassed every element of building a new 5G network, from obtaining planning permission and access agreements, through to managing power outputs. The trial will go on to assess the customer experience of new 5G spectrum.
Howard Watson, BT CTIO, said: “Deploying this brand new layer of our EE mobile network is far from straightforward, and this trial has helped us to understand – and learn how to overcome – the significant challenges that we’ll face in the coming years. We’re also learning about the coverage we can achieve with 5G New Radio on our new 3.4GHz spectrum, both indoors and in densely cluttered streets.”
You can find out more details about EE’s 5G trials over at the company’s website at the link below.
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