Upgrade to 5G Costs $200 Billion a Year, May Not Be Worth It

Telecommunications antenna for radio, television and telephone with cloud and blue sky

In the wildest dreams of wireless engineers, the mobile network of the future controls our cars, lets our refrigerators talk to the grocery store to order more milk, and provides fast, reliable broadband connections to our homes so we can sever ties with cable companies.


Credits: News by Olga Kharif and Scott Moritz on Bloomberg website.


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