According to the state telecommunications agency (Anatel), all 27 Brazilian regional capitals will be equipped with 5G technology by November.
Currently, 22 Brazilian regional capitals are already equipped with the technology. Only the cities of Macapá, Belém, Manaus, Rio Branco, and Porto Velho have yet to be fitted with the 5G high-speed Internet network by Oct. 28.
Today, Monday, the cities of Aracaju, Boa Vista, Campo Grande, Cuiabá, Maceió, Sao Luis, and Teresina, all capitals of the region, were approved for the 5G service.
In an interview, Moisés Queiroz, advisor to Anatel, said that "the installation of . . .