Some 5G networks suffer from technical glitch in Oman: TRA
May 20, 2020 | 5:38 PM
by Times News Service
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Muscat: The Telecommunication Regulatory Authority (TRA) has clarified the reason for the technical problem on the services of the fifth-generation provided by the operators in the Sultanate.

A statement issued online by TRA said, “The Authority would like to inform users in the Sultanate that the 5G networks belonging to Oman Telecommunications Company, Omantel, and the Omani Qatari company, Ooredo Oman are currently suffering from external radio interference affecting the performance of some stations in these networks.”

The statement pointed out that, “The authority coordinated with several parties in the region to find the source of interference and are working to fix it as soon as possible.”

“The authority would like to apologise to the generous public for this issue on the fifth-generation network provided by the operators,” the statement added.

The statement confirmed, “The Authority is in constant contact with the operators and other parties that some of its uses may be a reason for this interference.”

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