5G Tech: The Future of Internet in Pakistan

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In today’s day and age, a country’s technological infrastructure is essential for all of its sectors to function smoothly. Because of COVID, most of the work done is online and remote. People have been working from their homes. For this, having a strong internet connection has become essential. So, this working from home on the internet has proven to be a blessing in disguise as Pakistan’s digital economy. Has benefited from this greatly.

3G and 4G technology is use in terms of internet connectivity in Pakistan. 4G more widely used, while 3G remains the basic and more common among low-level users.

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Lately, the government is taking steps in Pakistan’s technical and technological sector to improve overall infrastructure. Pakistan’s Information Technology Minister, Syed Aminul Haque announce that. 5G will introduce in Pakistan around November of 2022, development of which is currently underway.

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This introduction of 5G will prove to be beneficial for Pakistan’s digital economy. And overall infrastructure in a number of significant ways. Currently, 4G internet services are provide to almost 1.4 million users in Pakistan. For a successful and smooth transition from 4G to 5G, this number need to be increased. 4G services are first to made better. More reliable and available to users living in remote areas as well as in cities.

A control test has also been conduct to make sure this technology can work successfully in Pakistan. It was conduct by internet and mobile network providing firms in closed environment and non-commercial scale. A phone call to Bei successfully made using experimental 5G tech made all the difference.

The test ran successfully and without interruptions. When this technology has been successfully implement in Pakistan by November 2022. It will make Pakistan the first country in South Asia a provider of 5G internet services.

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Perks of 5G:

Internet and Download Speeds:

5G will introduce a whole new level of downloading and internet speeds. From the conducted test, it was conclude that 5G speed is 10 times higher compare to 100 megabits per second (mbps) of 4G internet speed. Most of us face the problem of slow downloads on our current internet speed. With 5G, the download speed will be 1 GBPS, which is a big upgrade.

Electronic Voting:

Voting and election-rigging are the most common of election-related problems in Pakistan. The losing parties are more than likely to always accuse the winner of rigging elections to get more votes for themselves. With 5G tech available in Pakistan, the electronic voting system can be implemented more easily. This system would be reliable as it is free of human error, and results will be satisfactory for all and any parties involved.

Lately, PM Imran Khan has tested the prototype Electronic Voting Machine with a mock vote. The machine passed this test with flying colors, so we can safely assume that this system will ensure rigging-free elections when implemented nationwide. This program is still in the early development stages, but with fast progress made it will surely be up and running by the next election year.

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