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GSMA expects $1T impact from 5G

On Mar 5, 2020
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#Mobile operators are expected to pump more than $1T into networks in the next 5 years, the bulk of which on #5G, with the tech expected to deliver a healthy boost to global GDP. @GSMA @GSMAi #MobileEconomy https://t.co/XTWA57JUzs https://t.co/ZL9Ch2xCne
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The GSMA hailed 5G for gaining significant traction since launch, with the technology maturing past ...

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#Mobile operators are expected to pump more than $1T into networks in the next 5 years, the bulk of which on #5G, with the tech expected to deliver a healthy boost to global GDP. @GSMA @GSMAi #MobileEconomy https://t.co/XTWA57JUzs https://t.co/ZL9Ch2xCne
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GSMA expects $1T impact from 5G

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