Recent 5G launches in Portugal and Lithuania mark the achievement of a major 5G Action Plan target.
This is one of the major findings in the 5G Observatory’s quarterly report which has been released today. You can find the full report here.
In Portugal, operator NOS announced in December 2021 that it was the first operator in the country to launch 5G services. In Lithuania, Telia announced in January that it has launched 5G services in the country using the 2.1 GHz band.
Meanwhile, in other EU countries, the number of operators providing commercial 5G services continues to grow. In Malta, national operator Epic announced in December 2021 that it had launched 5G services. Belgian operator Telenet has also begun providing 5G services using a temporary licence.