South Korea marks over 5 million 5G subscribers

South Korea has accrued over 5 million subscribers of 5G, having reached the milestone 11 months after its 5G networks were commercialised.

According to the Ministry of Science and ICT, the country has 5.36 million 5G subscribers as of February, an increase of 8.1% from the previous month’s 4.95 million figure.

South Korea officially started 5G services on April 3 last year.

The country secured around 4 million subscribers in October last year, but subscription rates have since slowed due to the lack of new 5G smartphones and consumer complaints over the quality of networks.

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South Korea has accrued over 5 million subscribers of 5G, having reached the milestone 11 months after its 5G networks were commercialised.

According to the Ministry of Science and ICT, the country has 5.36 million 5G subscribers as of February, an increase of 8.1% from the previous month’s 4.95 million figure.

South Korea officially started 5G services on April 3 last year.

The country secured around 4 million subscribers in October last year, but subscription rates have since slowed due to the lack of new 5G smartphones and consumer complaints over the quality of networks.

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