There are 5G towers in the Caribbean and a new one is coming to the island of Barbuda.
The 5G island of Barceloneta will be the first in the world to get 5G service from 2018, and its not even a country yet.
The island’s mayor, Joao Dias, says the new service will offer 4G coverage to the city and to nearby towns, as well as the entire country of Barbados.
The service, dubbed 5G for short, is expected to take about six months to complete.
In order to get the service, Barcelons 4G customers need to have a data plan from their phone provider, a plan that doesn’t require monthly billing, and a mobile network that can provide 4G speeds.
“We are a new country,” Dias said in an interview with Bloomberg TV.
“It’s really new territory.”
Barcelona is a city of some 200,000 people on the island nation of Barbacoa, on the coast of the Bahamas.
The city is in the southeastern part of the country, about a 30-minute flight ride from the mainland.
The average cost of a new 4G smartphone is $499, according to Verizon Wireless.
But the island is one of a handful of countries with 5G, which uses radio waves to transmit data at high speeds.
5G services have been offered in the U.S. and Europe for a few years.
In June, the FCC said that the agency had approved a plan for carriers to begin deploying 5G in the United States.
The company behind 5G is called Broadband Next Generation, and the service has already been rolled out in some cities and towns.
Barcelos 4G service is expected in 2020.
In Barbados, the island’s municipal government has asked for 5G coverage for its entire population, and it plans to deploy the service to all of the island by 2021.
The 4G technology will be used to provide Wi-Fi to the entire island of about 20,000, according the city.
“The 5G experience is very exciting,” Barbacoas mayor, Dias.
“Barcelonets people want the world’s fastest Internet.
This is a huge opportunity.”