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Ooredoo and Qatar Airways test 5G service

Monday 18 December 2017 | 10:00 CET | News
Ooredoo Qatar has announced that the '5G Commercial Service Experience' has been undergoing testing since early November and has successfully completed the next phase of pre-standardised trials. Ooredoo has been working with Qatar Airways to test elements of these services in preparation for the standardisation and launch of approved 5G.

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