A French vice mayor wishes to Santa Claus: Please bring us the 3G network

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 A French vice mayor wishes to Santa Claus: Please bring us the 3G network


According to the French newspaper Ouest France, 17, Meral, in Mayenne, Loire, western France, is still not covered by the 3G network. The vice mayor of the city spoke on the social media expecting Santa Claus to send a signal base station as a Christmas gift this year.

Dear Santa Claus, Merale wants to receive a beautiful signal base station tower to receive the signal. Vice Mayor Richard Chamaret made his Christmas wish on Twitter, I hope this 30-meter tower will receive 3G and 4G signals. Why not leave a place to test 5G networks?

In an interview with French media, Shamare admitted that the residents of the small town of Melal have been criticizing the signal problem for a long time. It is urgent to achieve full coverage of the network signal. In addition, he said that not only did Melal suffer from slow network speed, but the signal coverage was not good in the whole province of Mayena.

The coverage of network signals is not very good in Melal and Mayena Province as a whole. We have complained to the central government, the National Assembly and local councillors about this, but the situation has not improved at all, Shamare said. Maybe its time to turn to Santa Claus.

The French government officially released the 5G road map on July 16 this year. It is planned that the first batch of 5G bands will be allocated from 2020, and 5G commercial services will be provided in at least one major French city. By 2025, the 5G network will cover all major French traffic arteries. On July 16, the French government also announced the launch of 11 technical tests on 5G in the French island area where Paris is the capital. The 5G route map issued by France is basically consistent with the EU route map. But France has been accused of pushing too slowly. AT&T and Verzion, two major U.S. carriers, announced that 5G commerce would be officially launched in the second half of 2018. Korea has already conducted a 5G commercial trial at the previous Pingchang Winter Olympics, and Japan has announced the realization of 5G commercial network at the Tokyo Olympics in 2020. Source: Pengying News Responsible Editor: Li Tianyi_NN7528

The French government officially released the 5G road map on July 16 this year. It is planned that the first batch of 5G bands will be allocated from 2020, and 5G commercial services will be provided in at least one major French city. By 2025, the 5G network will cover all major French traffic arteries. On July 16, the French government also announced the launch of 11 technical tests on 5G in the French island area where Paris is the capital. The 5G route map issued by France is basically consistent with the EU route map.

But France has been accused of pushing too slowly. AT&T and Verzion, two major U.S. carriers, announced that 5G commerce would be officially launched in the second half of 2018. Korea has already conducted a 5G commercial trial at the previous Pingchang Winter Olympics, and Japan has announced the realization of 5G commercial network at the Tokyo Olympics in 2020.