Ultra-fast 5G internet is finally available in various capital cities in Australia. The country has become the 3rd country in the world to inherit the new internet technology called 5G. The download speed and upload speed has also increased 20x faster than 4G internet.
What is 5G internet?
5G internet is a fifth-generation advanced network technology. It is faster and more efficient than the 4G network. Customers can purchase 5G compatible mobiles and modems to avail the next-gen internet service.
.@Telstra has switched on #5G in Adelaide, Perth & Canberra! Now the key global standards for 5G have been agreed, we’re accelerating our deployment so that as 5G compatible devices become available Australians will be among the 1st to access the next gen of mobile tech. pic.twitter.com/tRaLO2um7D
— Andrew Penn (@andy_penn) October 24, 2018
In a couple of months, Optus and other telecommunication will also start providing 5G services. There is no need to wait for hours to download the entire movie because its download speed is 10 to 20 times more than 4G. Videos can be downloaded within just seconds.
The wait for Australia’s first 5G phone is almost over! 🎉
— Telstra (@Telstra) May 23, 2019
As per the reports, 5G internet will be soon used in regional areas and major capital cities. However, people are only familiar with 4G internet. But after the arrival of 5G, the demand for new internet service will be increased.
How does 5G work?
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— Nokia (@nokia) May 22, 2019
5G has not arrived globally yet. But it is safe to say that we might see a lot of technological advances with speed. The 5G network will be working with the help of radio frequency or radio waves energy.
In the past, the 4G network used to operate on low wavelengths. But 5G will be using higher frequency in the range from 30 GHz to 300 GHz. These frequencies can function well without any interference or interruption.
You can watch the clip below to learn more about 5G.