By July 2023, Pakistan will launch 5G technology: Amin-ul-Haque

Pakistan will roll out 5G technology by July 2023, according to a statement made on Thursday by Federal Minister for Information, Technology, and Communication Syed Aminul Haque.

More than 30 software businesses attended the event, which took place at the UBIT Garden.

According to Haque, the collaboration of IT businesses and universities would be necessary to meet future needs in 2019–20.

The first year, US$75 million was allotted for start-ups; the following year, US$373 million was allotted.

– Out of 43 ministries, IT and telecommunications have experienced the greatest increase in exports.
– The amount of information and telecommunications exports has increased by 47.44%.
– According to the IT minister, technology is integrating into all aspects of life extremely quickly.

He informed the crowd that there is no corruption, and that society may advance by empowering women.

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