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The European 5G Observatory aims to monitor market developments, including trials and other actions taken by industry stakeholders and Member States in the context of 5G rollouts in Europe and beyond. The Observatory will make it possible to track the progress of Europe’s 5G Action Plan, and the actions being taken to fully implement it.

 

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Latest News in Europe

Deutsche Telekom launched 5G services in five cities

Berlin, Bonn, Cologne, Darmstadt, and Munich

German mobile strategy towards coverage improvement and elimination of white spots

The Minister for transport and digital infrastructure in Germany updated the national mobile strategy

Switzerland’s Sunrise Expands 5G Coverage to 80% of Population

The operator expanded its 5G network coverage in 262 cities, towns, and villages across Switzerland

Three UK launched 5G FWA service

Three became the third of UK operator to offer 5G services

Vodafone launched 5G technology in Berlin

The operator has 40 active 5G base stations in several locations across the country

Vodafone launched commercial 5G services in Ireland

Vodafone Ireland announced that its 5G network is now live in parts of 4 cities

ANFr authorises 5G trials at 273 sites

The French Frequency Agency approved 65 additional trial 5G sites

5G tests in the Netherlands

T-Mobile tests in The Hague, VodafoneZiggo in Maastricht

Significant shift in UK spectrum policy

OFCOM will release spectrum in both shared and licensed spectrum, already paid for by mobile operators

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