RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The most disadvantaged Brazilians have a far below acceptable internet quality, and this situation is likely to worsen with the implementation of 5G, which will require more investments in the installation of cellular antennas and networks in the country.
This is shown in a study conducted by Teleco, a consulting company specialized in telecommunications, for the "Antene-se" movement, which calls for more investments in the installation of antennas, particularly in areas with low purchasing power.
The study, conducted in Brazil's main capital cities, found that the lower the monthly income - below R$1,650 . . .