5G’s role in transforming Kuwait into a digital economy
25 January 2021 | Research
Kuwait has been one of the pioneering countries in the introduction of 5G services: the operators and government are giving 5G a central role in their digital strategies and all three mobile network operators (MNOs) – Zain, STC, Ooredoo – have been offering commercial 5G services since mid-2019. Kuwait has high mobile penetration of the population and, in the absence of widespread fibre, broadband usage is mainly cellular.
This makes it likely that 5G will take a leading role in providing the connectivity to underpin digital transformation by enterprises, and on a national scale as part of Kuwait’s ambitious Vision 2035, or ‘New Kuwait’ socioeconomic programme.
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