Mobiuz, an Uzbek telco has launched its 5G services in the capital city of Uzbekistan, Tashkent.
Mobiuz users in Uzbekistan’s capital can now leverage the 5G service as the state-backed mobile services provider operating in eight live 5G base stations in the capital.
Meanwhile, Mobiuz has assured its clients that it will offer high speeds up to 300Mbps for no added cost. Additionally, a new 5G plan offers speeds up to 1Gbps at a monthly payment of $6.80.
According to the report by TeleGeography, Mobiuz was offered a $150M soft loan by the Chinese state in 2019. Reportedly, the loan helped the Uzbekian operator to invest in the 5G rollout and also an extension of 3G and 4G services across the country while the equipment was offered by Huawei, a globally recognized Internet and Communication Technology infrastructure and smart devices provider.
Mobiuz rival operator, Ucell already rolled out 5G services in the country in the early months of 2022. The operator rolled out its 5G services in Tashkent’s business district while Huawei offered the devices.
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