Can we all out 5G as BS yet?
*not* for the technology itself - but for the increasingly insane and ever more obviously ridiculous edge cases, such as this.
You can plug your VR headet (you probably don't have) into this device (rather than the high-end PC you have if you did have a headset), and it can use the near non-existent, blocked by a leaf, mm5G to connect you to the *acutally* non-exsistent edge-GPU compute, to allow you to stream a VR experience that doesn't exist.
As a though experiment, imagine how much you'd pay per month/minute for the above - the number you're thinking of, isn't enough to make it nearly happen.
I'm old enough to remember the excitement of 3G video calls - which cost some ridiculouus price per minute and even once we'd both bought 'high-end phones' barely worked and were flakey-a-f cross-network.
But at least with 3G, there was a real sunny-day scenario demo that was 'real'
*nobody* wants their mobile operator to be anything over than a big dumb pipe, that gets faster and cheaper.