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Samsung launches its first 5G network in New Zealand with Spark

Samsung has announced to launch its 5G service through its partnership with Spark in New Zealand.

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Samsung has announced to launch its 5G service through its partnership with Spark in New Zealand.

Spark is the new 5G network working in Christchurch. According to the company, the rollout of its Christchurch 5G network marks the first time a new radio network vendor has deployed a commercial network in New Zealand in over a decade. 

Samsung signed on to be Spark’s 5G vendor last year. The agreement came telco was banned from using Huawei’s equipment for its 5G radio access network. The Government Communications Security Bureau banned Spark from using Huawei’s networking equipment due to security risks.

While announcing the service, the company also announced that telco is also looking to spread its service nationwide by 2023.

Recently, Vodafone and other companies committed to providing more information about what consumers want and about their rights. Also, all these companies committed to develop consumer-friendly data at the end of this year.   

New Zealand’s telco will provide 12 months usage to the customers. Moreover, it will provide a variety of choices to the customers for promoting effective communication and to promote the nation’s Telecommunications Forum.

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