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I hope not, 4G does just fine by me, but I'm sure in a few years there will be no choice.
Ugh another gadget I don't want or need, I like my dumb TV.
Mine broke. But you can turn off the smart part if you don’t use it.
I'd rather not pay the extra money, I'm like Jack Benny, cheap cheap LOL
Nothing wrong with that.
I’m not sure why anyone needs a 5G.
For the speed. At least if they bother to put up a tower close enough.
It blows the socks off of 4G. The part of the RF spectrum it is in is significantly higher frequency than the 4G networks.
The down side is, the range is a lot shorter, which is a problem in rural areas. It's great in high density areas where people really don't need it because they can get high speed optical fiber straight into their high rise apartment.
So it will probably widen the digital gap between the haves and have-nots.
And contrary to what the conspiracy people think, 5G does NOT spread Covid-19.
I have consumer celleular flip fone, only cost me $40.
But 5G can send radio beams into your head to read your thoughts. Where do they come with this stuff?