Three is finally set to join the likes of EE, Vodafone and O2 in offering a 5G package to its customers.
The network has said it will roll out the next generation wireless technology by the end of February.
It was originally due to be launched by the end of last year, but delays have kept it from happening.
In November, Three said a number of issues, from acquiring the right planning permissions from landlords to arranging 5G equipment on masts, had forced it to push its original target ‘slightly behind’.
The telecommunications company has now revealed that its 5G offering will be available on mobiles in 65 locations from the end of February, including London, Cardiff, Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham, Coventry and Nottingham.