Mobily and Ericsson sign agreement to scale up 5G technology applications in the region

The program allows partnerships between communications service providers, leading companies and startups aiming to develop innovative solutions and applications over 5G

  

To enhance its position in 5G services and accelerate the use of 5G applications by all sectors and consumers in Saudi Arabia, Mobily has signed an agreement with Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) to exchange experiences and avail of its global program for partnerships in 5G applications that will help it contribute to the digital economy mandate of Vision 2030.

The program allows partnerships between communications service providers, leading companies and startups aiming to develop innovative solutions and applications over 5G.

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