In our latest Ericsson Mobility Report, we dive deeper into SKT's 5G cluster-based rollout strategy. We reveal how it's enabling a premium network experience and high-quality services in specific locations.
This report on mobile service packaging towards 5G aims to provide some answers and explore the business evolution opportunities for service providers.
How Swisscom's 5G network achieved 90 percent population coverage in eight months
Swisscom became one of the world's first service providers to launch 5G. Watch the film to learn which use cases they're looking into, as well as how they managed to roll out 5G to cover 90 percent of the population by the end of 2019.
By the end of 2025, we expect 5G to have 2.6 billion subscriptions covering up to 65 percent of the world’s population and generating 45 percent of the world’s total mobile data traffic, making it the fastest developing mobile communication technology to have ever been rolled out on a global scale
So far, a majority of the launch markets are charging a premium averaging almost 20 percent for 5G subscriptions, helping to bust one of the biggest myths around 5G consumers' willingness to pay. Read the report on this myth and several more.
This report looks closely at video gaming and how augmented reality gaming (AR) could enable the next level of immersive AR gaming. Consumer media habits are constantly evolving. New devices and services enable consumers to rapidly shift their expectations and behaviours. The way entertainment is accessed, consumed and purchased has changed dramatically in a short period. The study is representative of more than 670 million people. All use internet or online applications at least weekly. Almost all are in fact daily internet users.