Despite Trafford Council through a FOI requesst telling us they have no current plans to let any operator install 5G masts in the borough EE and Vodafone have most of Trafford covered.
In the first part of the 5G installation where it will nicely link up with normal 4G masts not everywhere in Trafford will have a 5G signal.
Here is a map of Partington:
As you can clearly see most of the estate will not get 5G until the second part of the intallation has been done, then 5G will be everywhere.
Here is the coverage in one part of Sale:
And in Broadheath:
As of now EE has no 5G coverage in the three areas above, mostly the North of Trafford has a signal, Vodafone has the same type of coverage although it seems Trafford Park has better coverage than EE.
Those on O2 including Tesco Mobile and Giff Gaff will have to wait unil next year.
Three are switching on 5G in Manchester later on this year, and we believe they will be the first to add masts and ariel to street furniture.
Once the masts and ariels have been added to lampposts and other street furniture it will be then many people will start having health issues who are sensetive to higher frequencies.
Do your own research on the technology, here is some information on why 5G is bad for humanity and animals.
5G does not work in the same way in its second installation than normal mobile phone signals although it will link in with 4G.
It will use a thing called beamforming which means the signal will follow you no matter where you are, unlike 4g/3g/2g where the signal from the mast goes up into the ionosphere and lands on the place it is supposed to go to and bounces of the ground and scatters.
5G will improve data speed and a much better connection, it will help create driverless cars, and other thingsm, this is the advantages and no one is quetioning that, the side effects of this technology though is just too great and until its been proven beyond all doubt 5G is safe people will continue to be very concerned.