Xiaomi and China Unicom launched the cheapest 5G package currently, starting at 49 yuan per month, which includes 20GB of data. The 49 yuan ($7) economic package includes 20GB of data and 50 minutes of voice; the 69 yuan ($10) value package includes 30GB of data and 100 minutes of voice; the 99 yuan ($15) premium package includes 40GB of data and 200 minutes of voice.
From the details announced by Xiaomi, the three packages they launched this time are divided into three levels, of which the 49 yuan economic package contains 20GB of data and 50 minutes of voice; the 69 yuan premium package contains 30GB of data and 100 minutes of voice; 99 yuan The package includes 40GB of data and 200 minutes of voice.
The caller ID will be sent to the inside of the package, and domestic calls will be free of charge. The outbound traffic will be 1 yuan / 800MB / day, the voice will be 0.15 yuan/minute, and the text message will be 0.1 yuan/piece.
The 5G phone card this time is the Unicom standard, which supports Unicom 5G, 4G and 3G networks. If it is a new purchase user of Redmi K30 5G, one will be included with it. At the same time, Xiaomi also stated that each ID card can handle up to three cards.
If you compare it with the three major operators, you can find that Xiaomi’s 5G package is relatively cheap. The tariffs announced by the three major operators before are:
- On China Unicom’s personal profile 5G package tariff, there are 7 levels for users to choose from. The starting price is 129 yuan and the most expensive is 599 yuan. The cheap 129 yuan package includes 30GB of data and 500 minutes of voice calls; 300GB traffic, 3000 minutes of a voice call.
- China Telecom’s 5G tariff package is the same as that of China Unicom. The cheap 129 yuan package includes 30GB of data and 500 minutes of voice calls.
- As for China Mobile, there are five versions of its version of the 5G package: 30GB of data in the 128 yuan package, including 200 minutes of calls; 60GB of data in the 198 yuan package, including 500 minutes of calls; 100GB of data in the 298 yuan package, including 800 minutes Calls; 150GB of traffic in the 398 yuan suite, including 1200 minutes of calls; 300GB of traffic in the 598 yuan suite, including 3000 minutes of calls.
According to the plan, China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom will build 50,000, 40,000 and 40,000 5G base stations in 2019, respectively. On September 9, China Unicom and China Telecom formally announced that they would jointly build a 5G network. As of December 2019, the number of shared base stations opened by both parties has exceeded 27,000.