In Australia, Telstra is shutting off its 3G network in June 2024, after already having switched off 2100MHz 3G services in 2019, while in the US, Verizon will switch off its 3G CDMA network at the end of 2022, generally so that 3G frequencies can be redeployed for 5G.
The prices of 5G devices in the US are likely to drop as low as US$200 (A$257) this year, the technology analyst firm Counterpoint Research says, adding that this could come about due to the expanding coverage and OEMs looking to meet demand at different prices.
Opensignal regularly analyses mobile networks around the world, having recently looked at the 5G experience worldwide as of Jan 2021, with its latest report looking at T-Mobile's standalone 5G network, one of the world's only standalone access 5G deployments to date.
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