WINDHOEK – The Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN) introduced a 5G consumer awareness campaign on Tuesday, focusing on educating the public about the benefits and realities of 5G technology.
According to Namibia Press Agency (NAMPA), the campaign will address common myths and inform the public about the various opportunities 5G offers in sectors like tourism, health, education, and more. Nghikembua pointed out that 5G technology is similar to existing wireless technologies in terms of data transmission and does not pose unique health risks. The month-long campaign, which will include social media posts, radio ads, and newspaper articles, aims to foster understanding about 5G’s integration into various industries and its role in driving digital transformation. By clarifying the nature of 5G technology, CRAN seeks to bridge the digital divide and promote technological innovation in Namibia.