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Technology5G network is almost here. Will you be an early adopter?

01:10  16 april  2019
01:10  16 april  2019 Source:   cnet.com

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CNET Asks: The fifth generation of cellular mobile communications is almost upon us. Will you get your hands on it as fast as you can? 5 G is the fifth generation of cellular technology and with it comes a promise of increased speed, coverage and responsiveness of wireless networks .

That 's not a great start, and it indicates that something isn't working well -- the network , the phone, the So switching rapidly between the two logos is a sign that the 5 G network is engaged. Verizon should be prepared to credit early adopters for uneven service as a reward for sticking through

5G network is almost here. Will you be an early adopter?© CNET 5g-speed-test-image-final

5G is the fifth generation of cellular technology and with it comes a promise of increased speed, coverage and responsiveness of wireless networks. Proponents of 5G claim that this upgrade doesn't only come with big speed boosts to your cellular device, but will also greatly benefit other areas of tech such as self-driving cars, virtual and augmented reality as well as telemedicine devices.

You can check out our article here for a comprehensive list of what all the hype is about.

As of right now AT&T and Verizon have launched their 5G networks in a very small-scale level, and they have run into their fair share of snags, which you can read about here. This is all part of the troubleshooting process, though, so don't be alarmed.

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5 G networks are digital cellular networks , in which the service area covered by providers is divided into a mosaic of small geographical areas called cells. Adding LAA to an existing 4G configuration can add hundreds of megabits per second to the speed, but this is an extension of 4G, not a new part

5 G is almost here — and it’s going to be incredible. 5 G is almost ready to roll out. The major buzzword at this year’s Mobile World Congress was “ 5 G ” and companies are falling over each other in the race to bring 5 G connectivity to networks and consumers.

While there is undoubtedly a ton of excitement over 5G, there are also naysayers who believe all the hype to be a bit preemptive. Their reasons for doubt range from it being too early to care, to the fact that these upgrades will likely come with a price increase, even to concerns of radiation sickness. Many are also worried that if they live in rural areas they will never see the benefits of a 5G network. Take a look below at some of the concerns and negative reactions by CNET readers.

It is beginning to sound more and more like 5G is more hype than bite and a way for the wireless industry to charge more money, for less reliability for a product that won't deliver on its promises. -- woodmeister50

Wait, you have to pay an additional $10 monthly with Verizon just to use 5G?? That's insane. I'll stick with my $45 Unlimited High Speed plan from Cricket (not the 8Mbps limited unlimited either!). -- Wiz-Minion

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5G? Oh please! If you don't live in a mega-city you'll never see it. I live in a metro of about 120,000 in Iowa and still don't have consistent 3G!!! Write and dream all you want about 5G, but for most of the US it's just baloney. -- cole169

With all this being said, we want to know how you feel about the 5G network. Will you be getting 5G as soon as it's available to you? Do you have similar concerns as other readers? Do you even care? Vote in the poll below and let your opinion be known!

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