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Vodafone launches 5G to 7 cities in the UK

Vodafone users can now enjoy a much more faster internet speed as Vodafone now offers its network upgrade to its consumers.

With the pleasing potentials 5G might give to the tech industry, many mobile techs are engaging with the next generation of cellular technology. Promising to give a faster and more reliable connection, the 5G competition is at its peak.

Vodafone, the British multinational telecommunications company, started to switch its network to 5G giving its users unlimited data plans. Vodafone launches its 5G offering in seven UK cities including Cardiff, Glasgow, Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, Bristol and of course, London.

5G is going to be a game changer. Not just for Vodafone but for every telecommunications. It opens up many opportunities. With its speed that is much more faster than the 4G network and reliability, 5G can change the tech industry.

Anne Sheehan, Business Director at Vodafone UK said, “5G is a game-changer for the economy and UK businesses. We are committed to helping our customers take advantage of this technology by making it widely available in the UK and through roaming. We want to help UK businesses become global leaders and 5G will play an important role in achieving that aim.”

Vodafone Unlimited is set to launch on July 10. According to Vodafone UK CEO, Nick Jeffery, the offering is applicable to both consumers and enterprises. “We will give customers all the data they need, when and where they want it,” Jeffery said.

Vodafone started its 5G campaign several years ago. The company was the second UK operator to launch 5G services. “Vodafone UK is incredibly proud that we’re leading this 5G revolution,” Jeffery said at the London Sky Garden launch event.

Vodafone’s 5G services will also be rolling out to 12 more cities later this year – Birkenhead, Blackpool, Bournemouth, Guildford, Newbury, Portsmouth, Plymouth, Reading, Southampton, Stoke-on-Trent, Warrington, and Wolverhampton.