After simultaneously launching commercial 5G services in early April, three South Korean carriers have collectively signed up 260,000 subscribers — a solid start for the next-generation cellular technology. The key metric of 5G adoption was shared by South Korea’s Ministry of Science and ICT (via ), which the carriers’ launches in .
South Korea’s haste to commercialize 5G services and devices has led to literal speed bumps for early adopters, who have complained about and , . But carriers have moved quickly to respond to those early concerns, if not fully resolve them, and have offered to lure new customers to the high-speed wireless technology.
“Many of the initial complaints raised by consumers are being addressed,” said the Ministry of Science and ICT, “but with more