UK operator O2 has activated its 5G network and announced a number of new plans, if you want to try the next generation of wireless connectivity – the good news is that you don't have to pay any premiums, 5G plans cost exactly the same as the plans. 4G. An unlimited plan is available if you plan to download large amounts of data quickly.
O2's 5G network is available in six cities: Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh, London, Slough and Leeds. The first cells are concentrated in busy places such as city centers, football stadiums, subway stations and so on.
Here are the 5G custom plans you can subscribe to:
The plan is to cover 20 cities by the end of this year and 50 cities in the summer next year. O2 is investing £ 2 million a day to build its network with hardware from Ericsson and Nokia.
O2 has partnered with MelodyVR and the purchase of a 5G enabled phone offers a 12 month subscription to the VR music service – you can watch live events ranging from concerts in the O2 arena to small studio performances. As the phone's VR is down, the O2 offers a free Oculus Go headset.
The 5G phones currently offered by O2 are Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, Galaxy Note 10 + 5G, Galaxy A90 5G and Xiaomi Mi Mix 5G. You need to choose certain plans to qualify for the free MelodyVR subscription and the Oculus Go headset, follow the Source link for more details.
Although Apple does not yet have a 5G phone, O2 wanted to include it somehow. So if you buy an iPhone 11, 11 Pro or 11 Pro Max now, you'll get an extra £ 100 when you exchange it next year for an iPhone 2020 model (Apple is expected to launch a 5G phone).
Follow the Source link for more details on the plans O2 is offering. There are separate press releases for each of the 6 launch cities. There you will find which locations have 5G coverage so you can try it out.