Of course, the initial launch will be limited, with EE focusing on six cities- London, Manchester, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Belfast and Birmingham.
It's planned to reach 1,500 sites by the end of this year.
"[If we get that clarity] then we will un-pause the Huawei launch but if not we can't put a device out there".
Three has previously told City A.M. that the rollout of 5G could be delayed by 12 months if the government forces providers to buy equipment from more than one vendor.
It is expected to offer internet speeds that are several times more than the current generation 4G.
Two major mobile carriers said Wednesday they will postpone sales of new smartphone handsets produced by Huawei Technologies Co. after Washington effectively banned US firms from exporting components to the Chinese tech giant.
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It will install five temporary masts across the Worthy Farm site which will enable festival-goers to use 2G-5G networks.
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Prices for 5G - which will require new handsets - will start at £54 per month for 10 gigabytes of data.
Consumers and businesses can pre-order 5G devices, including smartphones from Samsung, OnePlus, LG, and Oppo, and EE is also announcing a 5GEE WiFi and 5GEE home broadband with pricing and availability to follow.
Japanese consumer electronics company Panasonic has announced the suspension of all transactions with Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei in the wake of a decision by Washington to add the company to a list of companies considered as a threat to U.S. national security, FNN reported on Thursday.
Aberdeen, Bournemouth, Brighton, Cambridge, Dundee, Exeter, Ipswich, Norwich, Plymouth and York are on the list to get 5G coverage in 2020.
Allera said the launch would help "keep the United Kingdom at the forefront of digital technology". At launch 4G offered data downloads at up to 50Mbps, while the new 5G service will provide an "increase in speeds of around 100-150Mbps even in the busiest areas", with some able to achieve 1Gbps on their 5G smartphones depending on locality.
Vodafone also said it would drop a Huawei smartphone from its lineup.
The telecoms firm announced earlier this year it would test its 5G mobile network during Glastonbury as part of its trials of the technology.
SoftBank and KDDI are pulling back the sale of Huawei's new handsets, citing concerns about consumer safety and uncertainty over Android support following Google's decision to restrict the Chinese vendor's access to the mobile operating system.