Here’s why you need to draw up your 5G plans for 2021 now, and the risks you could face if you don’t.
Why is it the perfect time to get started with 5G?
Ericsson have been quick to fill the Huawei-shaped hole, with solutions on par with and better than their predecessor’s. Their 5G infrastructure is gaining momentum fast, much to the UK’s benefit.
On top of that, Ofcom’s next 5G spectrum auction in January 2021 will increase the UK’s mobile airwaves by roughly 20% and further boost 5G services.
As a result in 2021, we can look forward to:
What’ll happen if you delay?
Failing to prep for means you’ll miss out on all the revenue from customers waiting for enhanced mobile broadband’s speeds. If you don’t establish yourself as the go-to choice for 5G now, or if you sit back and let 5G devices hit the market without gearing up, your customers will find someone else who can offer them the 5G technology and thought leadership that they’re looking for.
And at that point, it becomes a battle to win them back. Why let that happen when you could have free reign of the 5G market right now?