Cheong Tsoi Lots of UK companies are working on 5G at the moment - the IET recently had a conference on 5G and there was lots of interesting information about what UK businesses and universities are doing
The videos from this years event will be posted here but not all are up there yet. However you can see the videos from the 2017 and 2018 conferences on IET.tv
The IET sectors team also has some good information about what the UK Government is doing in the field of 5G - you can read more about it here
Because it's too expensive. We don't have the mobile phone infrastructure in place to support it. Very few customers have phones that support it. In many countries, they haven't even allocated any frequencies for it yet.
The cost for Huawei to build 5G base station is only 1/10 of that in the U.S.
It is not expensive to own 5G network.
Huawei is going to launch its 5G mobile phone and they are not expensive compares to iPhone! :-)
Cost is one issue, but 'value' and other issues such as national and personal data security are becoming evermore important as the backlash against big tech, cyber vulnerabilities, misuse of personal data and messaging, and mistrust of overseas technology companies grows.