7 Reasons Why 5G Should Not Excite You Just Yet

| May 5, 2019

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5G is coming. Well, technically it has started rolling out in developed countries, kind of, may be, slowly! This 5th Generation cellular network is theoretically 10 times faster that 4G -LTE. That means instead of waiting 5 minutes to download a movie on Netflix on 4G, it will take just 30 seconds on 5G. In come countries, this could replace the high speed internet service providers they use at their homes.

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