Jazz, one of Pakistan's major mobile networks, has also claimed to have had a successful 5G experience in Pakistan.
Prior to Mobilink, China Mobile Pakistan (CMP), Zong, also claimed to have had a successful experience with 5G.
Zhong claimed to have had a successful experience with FiveGu in August 2019, and the company subsequently released 5G ads.
Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) ordered the mobile network company to withdraw its 5G ads and discontinue them after the advertisement of the FiG service was released by Zong.
According to the PTA, Zong was only allowed to experience FiveG, it was not allowed to normalize the service.
Six months after Zong's successful experience, Mobilink has also claimed to be a successful 5G.
Mobilink told users on Twitter that the company successfully tested the 5G on January 4, 2020.
According to the company, Mobilink worked closely with Chinese company Huawei experts to test the FiveG network successfully.
The company did not specify what the speed of the 5G was after the experiment.
Mobilink also launched the aforementioned service trial program on the very next day of the successful 5G experience.
After Mobilink's successful experience with 5G, the service has now come to two major mobile network companies in Pakistan, which is believed to soon be available for 'Ufone' and 'Telenor'. Will experiment