Many different kinds of 5G service are now available. Most carriers have launched an early version of 5G technology that continues to rely on the availability of 4G service and access to the legacy 4G core network. This is called non-standalone access (NSA).

 One of the primary benefits of SA networks is their flexibility. It’s making it easy to create specialized services tailored to local demands. The primary benefit of a Non-Stand-Alone (NSA) network is that it is capable of leveraging existing 4G infrastructure to provide 5G speeds.

When it comes to choosing between NSA and SA 5G, the best option depends on what you need and what your priorities are

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