Tunisia is planning for the commercial launch of 5G services in 2024 and will set out a detailed roadmap for the introduction of the technology in the next few weeks, Agence Ecofin writes, citing Minister Communication Technologies Nizar Ben Neji. The official highlighted the importance of the technology to the country’s digital strategy, noting: ‘[5G] will guarantee a very significant increase in speed. It promises ultra-fast connectivity, reduced latency and increased capacity, thus opening the way to new possibilities and applications, especially those related to IoT and connected objects in general. It will inspire us to redefine the boundaries of technological development and will be a key catalyst for innovation and technological progress in all fields.’

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