Where is 5G available in the world right now?
That’s exciting and all, but where in the world exactly do people have access to this newer, faster network? Below, you can see where in the world 5G has been deployed so far.
Where is 5G available; quick reference:
5G in The United States
5G in Canada
5G in Australia and New Zealand
Australia enjoys good 5G availability on its East Coast, where Australian carrier Telstra provides 5G access to most of the cities. Consumers in Australia can enjoy the faster 5G network in Sydney, Melbourne, Newcastle, Brisbane and Townsville, among other cities on the in this popular tourism-centered East Coast.
People in New Zealand have 5G thanks to Vodafone. Cities that have 5G and widely available for purchase 5G-enabled smartphones are Christchurch, Wellington and Queenstown.
5G in the UK
The UK has a widely deployed 5G network which is accessible from almost all major cities in the country. Carriers Vodafone, O2, Three and EE are assuring that people can benefit from 5G’s faster network speeds.
5G in Ireland
In Ireland, carriers that offer 5G are Vodafone and Eir. The 5G mobile network is available in Dublin, Limerick, Waterford, Wexford, Cork and other cities in the country.
5G in Europe
Countries in Western Europe overall enjoy 5G; however, the newer network technology is not available in all the countries in the European Union. Countries such as Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands and Poland have access to 5G, while France and some others does not have 5G at all at the moment.
Hungary has 5G in two major cities - Budapest and Zalaegerszeg, thanks to carriers Vodafone and Magyar Telecom. Other cities in the country, however, are without 5G at the moment. Romania is the only country bordering the Black Sea that has deployed the newer mobile technology in some major cities.
Italians have access to 5G thanks to Vodafone and TIM, but only in two major cities: Rome and Naples. Other cities in Italy don’t have 5G yet.
In Spain, Vodafone provides access to 5G in several major cities, such as Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia, and some smaller cities as well.
In Northern Europe: Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Latvia also have 5G available in some major cities. An interesting fact is that in Svalbard’s archipelago, located in the Arctic Ocean, carrier Telenor has made 5G available for the 3000 people that live there.
Countries in Eastern Europe do not have 5G as of now, except Romania.
5G in Asia
The Philippines have 5G in two cities: the capital Manila and the city Cabanatuan. The 5G network there is managed by carrier Globe Telecom.
Japan’s major cities all have access to 5G, managed by carriers Softbank, NTT Docomo and KDDI(Au).
Singapore also has deployed 5G, available for consumers. In the small city-state, the 5G network is provided by the carrier MTN.
India does not have a commercially available 5G network at the moment.