The launch of 2degrees’ 5G network comes at a time when customers are ready to harness 5G, whether it’s an organization looking to fundamentally change its systems and processes that require greater connectivity, or individual customers enjoying faster download speeds. and less response time.
Over the past few months, the 2degrees 5G network has been thoroughly tested and optimized. Network performance has also been tested on various Samsung, Oppo and Apple mobile devices. These Samsung and Oppo devices are compatible with 2 5G grades of launch – Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3, and Oppo Find X3 Pro.
Other Samsung and Oppo devices, as well as Apple devices, will soon be enabled for Class 2 5G, along with a plug-and-play home broadband 5G modem. Customers who want to access the 2degrees 5G network must have a 5G-enabled phone with its updated 2degrees 5G activation software. You must also be within a 5G coverage area of 2 degrees.
Emilio Romeo, Head of Ericsson Australia and New Zealand, says Ericsson is providing expertise for the next phase of its partnership with 2degrees. 2degrees is the only telecom company in New Zealand to have partnered with Ericsson for its wireless access network. Building 2degrees 5G and upgrading 3G and 4G is a multi-year project involving teams across the enterpriseStone.
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