Can someone explain...
what's the fuss about 5G anyway? yes, it's faster, but how many people actually need that speed increase?
Isn't this a a solution looking for a problem and not finding one big enough to justify the spend but going ahead anyway?
It's hard for me not to see this as another case of an industry pushing a technology that there isn't a real need for - yet at any rate - to boost profits/share prices and the technically/scientifically illiterate and usually innumerate government helping them with wads of our cash and possible deregulation.
In the end it costs us all money, from the tax money the government use to subsidise trials and roll-out (remember BT took a bunch of tax cash which wasn't [all?] used for what it was intended for?) to increased monthly charges from the mobile telcos to their customers, which are already far higher than they should be imnsho.
I fail to see the benefit, am I missing something, obvious or otherwise?