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1. Why shall i shop from

A) Easy & Safe

With professional 5G CPE technology support, offers reliable and qualified CPE devices to customers worldwide. The CPE devices is appropriate for the customers who have high demand for network download & upload speed, such as journalist, photographer, businessmen, game geeks etc. Many payment options are available on, such as major credit cards(Master card & Visa card), debit cards, wire transfer, Western Union and PayPal. provider the easy way to shop and easy to get the newest 5G devices.

B) High Quality With Global Standards

All of our wireless CPE products are totally unlocked, Sim card free. Every 5G CPE product undergoes an extensive and restict testing and quality control procedure, ensuring each and every item on sale meets global quality standards and making our customers to enjoy the fantastic of surfing through the LTE network.

C) Convenient & Friendly Customer Service offers excellent, comprehensive customer service and after sale service at each step for every customer. Before you order, make real time inquiries through use of our live chat. Once you’ve made a purchase, our support team are always on-hand to answer questions and resolve any of your problems.

D) Fast Delivery Worldwide

Relying on long term of partnership with international trusted logistic carriers such as DHL, EMS and UPS, 5G CPE Company ships to over 200 countries around the world. Many shipping methods are optional for customers' budget. We can make sure your order will safely reach you at the earliest time without any fault.

2. What is 5G?

5G is the 5th generation mobile network. It is a new global wireless standard after 1G, 2G, 3G, and 4G networks. 5G enables a new kind of network that is designed to connect virtually everyone and everything together including machines, objects, and devices.

5G wireless technology is meant to deliver higher multi-Gbps peak data speeds, ultra low latency, more reliability, massive network capacity, increased availability, and a more uniform user experience to more users. Higher performance and improved efficiency empower new user experiences and connects new industries.

3. What’s the difference between 4G & 5G?

With 5G reaching 10 gigabits per second – up to 100 times faster than 4G – 5G networks can deliver the level of performance needed for an increasingly connected society.

Better performance with 5G also means a lower latency rate (the delay between sending and receiving information).

For 4G, this is 200 milliseconds, not far off the 250 milliseconds it takes for humans to react to visual stimuli. The 5G latency rate is significantly lower: at just 1 millisecond.

Using 5G networks to send and receive information so quickly will help develop new services and devices, particularly connected cars and vehicle-to-vehicle information, virtual-reality gaming, remote surgical operations, and translation software.

4. What can we do with 5G Mobile Broadband?

    * Will enjoy enhanced data speeds in more places
    * Video chat with no dependency for WiFi
    * Watch video at blazing fast speeds
    * Send photos to social networks, friends, and family faster than ever
    * Browse the web with amazing speed, even when on a call
    * Send email, easily, with huge attachments
    * Download photos, apps, music, and other documents in the blink of an eye

5. Is this technology more reliable?

Yes. 5G technology provides a more reliable and stable network. 5G is the latest in internet technology so expect better signal. In fact, 5G is known to have a more reliable signal than any other service available on the market. Everyone has come to the realization that the Internet is a must-have tool for personal and business use and not having a strong enough signal can be detrimental to those who have to email an important project or document.

6. Is 5G technology more secure than 3G or 4G?

But with increased opportunity comes increased risk, so the deployment of 5G must come with the correct security level to enable trust.

5G will see the wider deployment of private mobile networks and increased network access on the part of third-party suppliers, all of which increase the number of opportunities for hackers.

Therefore, the EU is calling for a dialogue between vendors, network operators, and regulators to find and implement solutions to mitigate these risks.

Following the EU’s GDPR, which set itself as the reference for data protection worldwide in 2018, the EU is preparing the ePrivacy Regulation (ePR).

Where the GDPR aims at protecting personal data, the ePR focuses specifically on the privacy of individuals as it relates to electronic communications.

This can be achieved, for example, by the pseudonymization and encryption of personal data. Again, the 5G SIM plays the role of protector of the user’s privacy.

So, as consumers look to the future, 5G will be about more than faster mobile internet as it delivers new levels of connectivity – and enhanced trust – across a wider ecosystem.