Vodafone Germany company followed the German Telecom after the launch of 5G business, the first round of the release of 20 major cities and towns as the goal.
In a statement, Vodafone said it has enabled the first 5G antennas, with Cologne, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Dortmund and Munich among the starting cities. In August this year, it will bring this technology to other major cities such as Berlin and Frankfurt, and plans to start in 25 cities, 25 municipalities and 10 industrial parks by the end of the fiscal year (by the end of March 2020). Its competitor, Deutsche Telekom, launched the technology in six cities on July 3. The operator said it plans to cover the country’s 20 largest cities in the next 18 months.
Vodafone’s German 5G plan followed its UK commercial launch earlier this month, when it focused on implementing low-cost strategies.
It is worth noting that it did the same thing in Germany. The new 5G contract offered stats at a price of 14.99 euros per month for one year, while the unlimited package is priced at 80 euros per month, which is 5 euros cheaper than Deutsche Telekom.
“With us, 5G is not just a technology that belongs to high-income people,” said Hannes Ametsreiter, CEO of Vodafone Germany.
On the terminal side, it provides Huawei Mate 20 X 5G and Samsung Galaxy S10 5G online.