SURE, IT’S FASTER, BUT IS 5G TECHNOLOGY SAFE?

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Swiss mobile companies are gearing up for 5G, but there’s concern that local laws on radiation-limits could hold up its rollout. We go to the World Mobile Congress where 5G is taking center stage and find out about the future of the next-generation technology in Switzerland and beyond.

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