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5g Network in Pakistan - Zong 5G Launch date


 5g Network in Pakistan - Zong 5G Launch date

Now, businesses are working on bringing 5G phones to the local market, but it will take time. After its parent company announced the creation of a local assembly line in Pakistan, Chinese smartphone manufacturer Realme has disclosed intentions to sell 5G-enabled phones at cheap rates in Pakistan. Sherry Dong, Realme's regional marketing director, told The Express Tribune that the brand was well accepted in Pakistan and that the firm was now prioritizing the nation for the introduction of 5G mobile phones.

Her firm, she said, had sold more than a million smartphones in less than a year, which was an important milestone and cleared the door for further investments and different goods. A local assembly line for the company's products would be built in Pakistan, and top-notch technology will be offered at reasonable costs, she said.

Oppo Mobile Telecommunications Ltd, Realme's parent firm, has indicated an interest in building up a mobile assembly facility in Pakistan a few years ago. She said that there will be two different assembly lines, one for each brand. It will be able to launch 5G-enabled smartphones and other AI devices at cheap prices with a specialized production line for Realme. "Because 5G is the future, we must give Pakistani customers cheap technology items," she said. To promote its products, the firm takes advantage of internet marketplaces because e-commerce has expanded considerably in Pakistan thanks to government initiatives. 

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Information Technology Board (KPITB) and Pakistan Telecommunication Company Ltd (PTCL) collaborated to conduct a successful 5G technology trial at the Durshal Incubation Centre in Peshawar on Thursday, the PTCL stated in a statement. 

Another MoU between the KPITB and the Peshawar Telecommunications Company was also inked. "It included successful remote surgical concepts as well as cloud gaming as well as a look at upcoming uses of 5G technology in Pakistan, among other things. Surgery will be possible in remote places once the infrastructure and processes are in place "it read. In a second statement, the KPITB claimed that KP was "the first province in the nation where testing of 5G services had been launched." Minister for Information Technology and Food Atif Khan was present for the experiment.

"Non-commercial tests and trials of 5G were performed for the first time in August 2019 in Islamabad," the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority stated afterward. Similar tests were also done in Karachi and Lahore, according to the statement. 5G testing in KP is also part of these initiatives, according to the statement. On Thursday, Khan told reporters that the speed of 5G internet will be ten times quicker than the speed of 4G internet. For example, he claimed that it might be used to control robotic limbs.

"An surgery can be performed in Peshawar by a doctor in Chitral. Films and games also have a lot to offer in terms of advantages."

Formerly, when a road was created, people advanced. Now, they will advance when 5G technology is accessible. A "false" impression has been created about 5G technology, he added, stressing that no study has been done on "bad concerns" associated with 5G internet. Meanwhile, the state government is boosting IT's budget from Rs430 million to 12-14 billion rupees. This year's development budget includes numerous megaprojects in the IT industry, which will not only result in better [facilitation of] services for the people but will also help the province's economy.  

a media source claimed on Sunday that Pakistan is preparing to bring out the most modern 5G internet in 2022-23, which would increase download speeds by 10 times to one gigabit per second (Gbps) and expand commercial activity in the nation. According to the plan, Pakistan would be ready for 5G technology by 2019. They plan to sell "spectrum for...5G services in the fiscal year 2023," according to the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority's annual report for 2020.

The COVID-19 epidemic turned out to be a gift in disguise, as Pakistan's digital economy boomed during these trying times. authorities and stakeholders have been pushed by the crisis to enhance digital infrastructure. For the first time in 2022-23, The Express Tribune said, Pakistan has begun the process of commercializing the most modern 5G internet for its citizens.  According to the report, the measured speed is 10 times faster than the average 4G internet speed of 100 megabits per second (Mbps). On a non-commercial basis, in 2019 and 2020, mobile phone service providers successfully tested 5G services in a restricted setting and on a non-profit basis.

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