It said on wikipedia:
Because classical information needs to be sent, quantum teleportation cannot occur faster than the speed of light.
So does it mean quantum communication specifically teleportation still need transmission media like fiber optic, radio wave, coaxial cable, etc to implement classical channel / classical communication on quantum information (qubit state) teleportation?
But it also said, it doesn't need transmission media:
The main advantage with this is that Bell states can be shared using photons from lasers making teleportation achievable through open space having no need to send information through physical cables or optical fibers.
If quantum teleportation still need classical channel then it must be need transmission media, in another word quantum teleportation is still hard to implement for massive long distance because it requires physical transmission media to carry classical bit such as radio wave or fiber optic. Or we can say, yes the qubit is teleported, but not for the classical bit (information) that will send to the receiver.
So is teleporting qubit in real quantum computer posible like teleporting a qubit from IBMQ_jakarta to IBMQ_belem?