Which free mobile network are you sticking to, 5G or 4G? The operator has updated its mobile coverage map data.
Are you one of the lucky ones? Free continues to use its 4G and 5G networks across the region, but when it comes to the latest generation of mobile phones, who has the right? To find out, all you have to do is visit the coverage map provided by the operator. on its website. The data displayed has been updated, showing the status of the free mobile network as of July 12, 2022, against the previous information dated June 1.
This map allows you to accurately know the operator’s 3G and 4G coverage. In particular there is a difference between the two frequencies used for this new generation of mobile telephony: 3.5 GHz, the “core” band of 5G, which allows higher speeds, in blue, and 700 MHz, aimed at better coverage and greater wall penetration. , dark green in color. The map is interactive and allows you to display the technology of your choice. You can search for your address directly using the bar above the map.
According to the latest ANFR statistics, there were 15,011 active 5G sites and 22,147 4G sites on free mobile as of July 1, 2022. Xavier Neal’s operator population has 83% 5G and 99% 4G.