More subsidy please
Accelerating plans for 5G in Europe were "vital for policymakers to create the right conditions for private infrastructure investment, network modernization and digital innovation," the GSMA argued.
As ever: most people would be happy if the current service lived up to the marketing promises before anything new happens. The shift to 5G will, as happened with LTE before it, not really take place until 5G handsets dominate the market. Towers and cells wil continue to be upgraded as part of routine maintenance as has been the case for the last decade at least.