South Korea Announces 5G Download Speed Average

South Korea, which has one of the world's fastest internet services, has also become one of the countries that has entered the 5G network from the front. According to the country's Ministry of Science and Technology, the 5G download speed in the capital Seoul and six other major cities was 656.6 Mbps on average. 

The ministry said these new speeds were four times higher than the average internet speed of 158.53 Mbps for 4G LTE networks last year. The measurements were made between January and June of this year. 

SK Telecom, KT and LG Uplus, South Korea's 3 largest operators, can reach an average of 789 Mbps, 652 Mbps and 528.6 Mbps in the capital Seoul, respectively. South Korea, which currently uses NSA networks that operate on a 3.5 GHz spectrum, is set to launch independent mmWave spectrum networks at the end of this year. 

South Korea, one of the most developed countries in the world in terms of internet use, manages to make a difference to many countries around the world in terms of speed. While the country's measured 5G internet speeds offer a download speed of 654 Mbps even in crowded environments, when we look at the loading speed, we are greeted by a value that we do not even see at download speeds in our country, such as 63 Mbps. 

To gauge these internet speeds in a homogeneous way, the ministry said it was measuring more than 11,000 crowded areas, including shops, libraries, universities, entertainment areas, hospitals, exhibition centers, subways and terminals. 

A total volume of 5G of the three major operators for the delivery of high-speed internet in Seoul reached 425.5 square kilometers at the end of July. The entire city has an area of 605.2 square kilometers. 

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