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One Montenegro activates first 5G base station and signs 5G roaming deals

Montenegro is a small country located in Southeast Europe, with a population of approximately 628,000 people. The country’s telecommunications industry has undergone significant development in recent years, with a range of services being made available to consumers. In terms of 5G, Montenegro is still in the early stages of development, but progress is being made toward the adoption of this technology. One Montenegro launched a 5G network for commercial use for all users who live in or are visiting Podgorica, Tivat, Bijelo Polje, Nikšić and Cetinje. one montenegro 5G

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After testing at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the University of Montenegro, the area of Rimski trg in Podgorica and the company’s administrative building, during which record data transmission speeds were recorded in Montenegro, the One company continues with the implementation of the expansion of the 5G network with the aim of providing the latest generation of mobile telephony and the various possibilities that follow enables each user. 

 

Speeds of 1648 Mbps have been reached in Podgorica! one montenegro 5G

Already in the first week of testing, a record data transfer speed of 1648 Mbps was recorded in Montenegro. This speed, for example, allows a viewer to download a two-hour movie in high definition (1080p) from a streaming platform, such as HBO Max used by One user, in about 20 seconds.

“The One company is building a network for the future, which will provide much more than dizzying speeds – it will enable the further development of supporting industries and will launch a completely new era of interconnected devices,” said One’s executive director Branko Mitrović.

Which phone models support the use of 5G in Montenegro?

In the previous period, we provided 5G support for the best-selling smartphone models, so you can use the One 5G network on Apple, Samsung, Xiaomi, Motorola, and Vivo, as well as devices from other manufacturers.

Montenegro telecommunications

Currently, there are three main telecommunications operators in Montenegro: Telenor, Mtel, and Crnogorski Telekom. These companies provide a range of services including fixed-line and mobile telephony, broadband internet, and television services. The mobile penetration rate in Montenegro is relatively high, with over 120% of the population having a mobile subscription.

In terms of 5G, Montenegro’s telecommunications operators have begun to invest in the infrastructure required to support this technology. In 2021, Telenor Montenegro launched a 5G test network in the capital city of Podgorica, becoming the first operator to do so in the country. The network is being used to test the capabilities of 5G technology and explore potential use cases.

 

 

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