The Cabinet of Ministers of Kyrgyzstan has issued plans for the introduction of 5G mobile network technology which could potentially see a commercial launch this year, reports Sputnik.kg. The 5G plans – with responsibility assigned to the Ministry of Digital Development – form part of the approved strategy for implementing the National Development Programme of the Kyrgyz Republic (running to 2026), with 5G projects set to be implemented within the timeframe of Q1 2022 to Q4 2023. A first stage involves 5G test launches in yet-to-be-determined pilot zones supported by frequency allocations to cellcos. Previous government proposals for implementing 5G rollouts by end-2021 were delayed.
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