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5G licenses granted to Unitel, Movicel and Africell

This Monday, Unitel, Movicel and Africell were granted licenses for the frequency of the 5G network, which will allow operators to run and market this technology.


Initially, the licenses, which were granted by the Angolan Communications Institute (INACOM), are valid for two years. During this period, operators will be able to carry out tests at no cost.

Pascoal Fernandes, INACOM's CEO, considered that the implementation of this technology will enable the improvement of services in various sectors of economic activity.

"Sectors such as banking, insurance, energy, education, health, agriculture and others, will be able to diversify their service portfolios and use new technologies that require mobile communications with greater bandwidth," he said, cited by Expansão.

Despite the advantages, the INACOM PCA also admitted that the arrival of 5G will bring some challenges, being "it is essential to have greater cooperation and shared investments" and, therefore, "the regulatory framework for sharing electronic communications infrastructure is fundamental for the success of 5G".

Manuel Homem, Minister of Telecommunications, Information and Communication Technologies, said that the opportunities do not end here, explaining that the "Executive will develop programs for monitoring, training and adoption of 5G technology to position the country in the new technological generation ", writes the Expansion.

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