Reply to post: Re: Wrong

If there's 5G connectivity but no 5G devices on it, does it make a sound? Wait, no, that's not right

Martin Summers Silver badge

Re: Wrong

"5G could actually offer solid competition to landlines in villages, especially on Three as they have the most frequency allocation, but it does mean they will have to actually upgrade the towers."

Or they could just use that nice new fat fibre connection feeding the towers to give you decent fixed broadband to your village at a cheaper price perhaps? Having a connection not affected by environmental factors such as fog is a better option.

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