The next generation of high-speed mobile data, known as 5G, is already live in a few areas in the United States, as well as other parts of the world, including other countries like UK and Australia. But as the 5G network rolls out, many misconceptions and confusion around the new 5G technology remain.
This isn’t completely surprising, 5G will have an impact on many people’s lives all around the world, so there are understandably still a lot of questions being asked. As the 5G continues growing throughout 2020, it’s predicted that there will be offered to 1 billion 5G customers by 2023. Not only will these 5G networks connect users to a superfast mobile network, but many other industries will benefit from the faster connectivity of 5G as well, like self-driving cars, drones and the internet of things, to name a few.