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5G to make 250% more revenue than average cell connection by 2025

5G revenue is anticipated to represent 44% of global operator billed revenue

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5G to make 250% more revenue than average cell connection by 2025. Source: pixabay.com

According to Juniper Research, operator billed revenue from 5G connections will reach $357 billion by 2025. Rising from $5 billion in 2020, its first full year of commercial service.

By 2025, 5G revenue is expected to represent 44% of global operator billed revenue owing to the rapid migration of 4G mobile subscribers to 5G networks.

However, the study identified 5G networks roll-outs as highly resilient to the COVID-19 pandemic. It found that supply chain disruptions caused by the initial periods of the pandemic have been mitigated through modified physical roll-out procedures.

The study found that 5G uptake had surpassed initial expectations; predicting that a total of 5G connections will surpass 1.5 billion by 2025.

It also forecast that the average 5G connection will generate 250% more revenue than an average cellular connection by 2025.

Operators will compete on 5G capabilities, in terms of bandwidth and latency. A lesser 5G offering will lead to user churn to competing networks and missed opportunities in operators’ fastest-growing revenue stream
Sam Barker, research author 

We’ve reported that Samsung announced the acquisition of TeleWorld Solutions (TWS), a network services provider. It provides network design, testing, and optimization services to mobile service and cable operators, etc. across the country. The acquisition is expected to address the need for end-to-end support in delivering network solutions.

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