Play launches 5G but no special tariffs or devices

Wednesday 8 January 2020 | 14:45 CET | News
Poland mobile operator P4, working under the Play brand, has launched its 5G network in Gdynia, reports Telko.in. The operator said services were introduced but it did announce any special tariff plans, nor does it sell 5G-supporting devices in it shops. Play plans to provide 5G devices on installments to a limited amount of its customers. The network in the city operates on the 2,100 MHz band.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: P4
Countries: Poland
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