State-owned telecom operator China Broadnet will use its 700 MHz spectrum holdings to run its new network.
Elisa says its network will initially be used to offer fixed wireless access (FWA) home and office broadband services.
1&1, which currently operates as an MVNO (Mobile virtual network operator) says its network will feature 1000 base stations.
The operator says it has invested over €1 billion in its network infrastructure to achieve this coverage level.
With the 5G “Pioneer Bands” not yet available the service will use an existing mobile band.
AT&T has begun rolling out 5G services in the country using the 2.5 GHz band.
Belgian telecom operator Telenet has announced plans to deploy its 5G mobile network in the country starting on December 6.
The Maltese telecom company Epic (formerly Vodafone Malta) has now launched its 5G network.
NOS has announced that it is the first operator in Portugal to launch 5G, following the country’s spectrum auction in October.