Vodafone has pulled into 5G roaming

Vodafone Hungary was the first in Hungary to launch its 5G network, which in the more than two years since its launch may not have expanded as spectacularly as the networks corresponding to the previous generation technology at the beginning of the 4G era, but for roaming customers in more and more countries. 5G connectivity is now available.

According to the service provider’s announcement, customers will now be able to enjoy the benefits of the next-generation mobile network in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas, thanks to agreements with foreign service providers – currently covering a total of 23 countries.

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Customers with a Vodafone 5G-enabled phone and plan can enjoy 5G benefits in these countries at no extra charge, and mobile phones will automatically connect to the network in the 5G coverage area of ​​that country’s Vodafone partner if the device is enabled for 5G. .

While 5G roaming in some countries, especially where 4G networks operate at capacity limits, can indeed bring a noticeable increase in speed compared to the previous generation, support for IP-based voice calls, i.e. VoLTE calls, in a roaming environment remains unresolved by service providers. Thus, although the network may provide super-fast mobile internet with a 5G data connection, you may be forced to switch back to 2G for voice calls, which may result in significantly lower call voice quality than your home network, depending on the frequency allocation of your partner network.

In addition to Vodafone, Magyar Telekom operates a commercial 5G service in Hungary – the company announced this summer that 5G roaming will be available at the Croatian subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom, Hrvatski Telekom, and since then the 5G roaming partner network has expanded by another 19 countries.


Source: HWSW Informatikai Hírmagazin by www.hwsw.hu.

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