Vodafone and EE just killed Huawei’s 5G launch in the UK
Things are going from bad to worse for Huawei. In the wake of the US Government executive order that restricts US companies from doing business with the Chinese tech company, the repercussions are mounting. Huawei and Honor phones could lose Google services and access to future Android updates and HiSilicon’s Kirin chips are also under threat. Now, two major UK carriers have dropped Huawei from their 5G launch plans.
BT-owned network EE was the first to announce that would be pulling Huawei phones from its 5G selection, with the service to be turned on in 16 UK cities this year, starting May 30.
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